Carousell Celebrates 2 Years of Autos in Hong Kong with its First Autos Fest

Carousell Celebrates 2 Years of Autos in Hong Kong with its First Autos Fest
Carousell Autos Anniversary brings its ‘one stop solution for all’ concept from online to offline

Hong Kong, 14 January 2020 – Carousell, one of the world’s largest and fastest growing classifieds, invites you to be a part of its first ever Autos Fest in Hong Kong, to celebrate the category’s second year anniversary in the region. With Chinese New Year right around the corner, the event promises a lively atmosphere and wide range of engaging activities for the whole family!

On its platform, Carousell Autos provides everything autos-related, from second-hand cars to service providers and even useful information and tips for its users. In the two short years since its Autos launch, Carousell has seen a fourfold increase in vehicle listings. Celebrating this vast growth and marking its two year anniversary, the Carousell Autos Fest brings to life its unique proposition of being the “one stop for all.”

Forget the tried and tested new car showcase, the Carousell Autos Fest stands out, not just by bringing you the best and brightest of second-hand cars, but also by bringing the entire autos ecosystem to its event grounds. Immerse yourself in a vast assembly of local auto companies and auto service providers, ranging from car washing to accessories to on-demand ride sharing services and even auto comparison portals. “We’re excited to bring together the top auto-tech companies in Hong Kong to our event, and take the automotive products and services industry to the next level for our consumers,” says Cahill Kei, Head of Business Development, Hong Kong, Carousell.

Carousell also makes second-hand autos accessible to all, as it provides options for every age and background, right from the P-Plater to the Retiree. Catering to each and every one of these stages at the event is a myriad of interactive workshops and fringe activities, such as Formula K Kart racing for the family and kids, a Monster energy drink booth with good vibes, music and drinks for the young adults, an animal adoption drive for homeowners run by the Lifelong Animal Protection Charity, and Chinese New Year workshops and photo booths to add to the merriment!

Event details
Venue: Stanley Plaza Amphitheater
Date: Saturday, 18 January 2020
Sunday, 19 January 2020
Time: 11am – 5pm
Event page: Check out event updates here


About Carousell
Carousell is a classifieds marketplace that makes selling as easy as taking a photo, buying as simple as chatting. Launched in August 2012, Carousell began in Singapore and now has a presence in eight markets across Asia. With over 250 million listings, we are one of the world’s largest and fastest growing marketplaces in Southeast Asia, Taiwan and Hong Kong, and is backed by Telenor, Rakuten Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Naspers, 500 Startups, Golden Gate Ventures, DBS and EDBI. The Carousell marketplace has a diverse range of products across a variety of categories, including cars, lifestyle, gadgets and fashion accessories. Download the app for iOS or Android, and visit for more information.


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