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The Baby Shows

The Baby Shows are the UK’s leading pregnancy and parenting event series, taking place annually in three venues and attracting a combined audience of almost 70,000 visitors.

A unique family-friendly shopping and advice experience, the show features 1,000s of products and 100s of brands and the opportunity to hear from some of the UK’s top parenting experts.

From pushchairs to nursery ideas and maternity fashion to healthcare, experts are on hand to help consumers make the right choice for their family.

With over 24,000 visitors passing through the doors at each event, The Baby Shows are ideal environment to influence consumers’ buying decisions, enhance your brand awareness and allow consumers to test, buy and speak about your products.

The next shows are:The Baby Show NEC Birmingham, 21 – 23 August 2020

  • The Baby Show NEC Birmingham, 21 – 23 August 2020
  • The Baby Show Olympia, 23 – 25 October 2020
  • The Baby Show ExCeL London, 26 Feb – 28 February 2021

For more information, visit The Baby Show website.

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