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Spring Fair

Held at the NEC in Birmingham, Spring Fair is the UK’s leading trade show for gift and home products. With 14 different product sectors on offer, Spring Fair showcases the best products, launches and inspiration that over 2,500 UK and international exhibitors have to offer.

The perfect opportunity to kickstart the retail buing buying season, Spring Fair brings together homewares, gifts and a number of other sectors, such as Children’s Gifts and Toys, which includes everything from beautiful retro handcrafted toys to high-tech gadgets and gizmos.

Visitors can also attend seminars from successful names in the industry and there will be opportunities advertised to receive some one-to-one business advice from these industry leaders. All seminars are free of charge and based on a first-come first-served basis.

Next year’s show takes place from 6-10 February 2022.

Visit the website to find out more.

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