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Final few stands available at HINF 2018

Harrogate International Nursery Fair, which takes place from 25- 27 March 2018 at the Harrogate Convention Centre, has confirmed that allocated space for the 2018 show is almost sold out with just a few stands remaining.

The latest companies to sign up include Mee-Go, which wil be showcasing travel systems alongside top-quality Picci and Dilibest furniture and M J Mark, the leading manufacturer and supplier of quality wicker cribs, rocking horses and doll’s cribs and prams.

“Companies have left booking stands until the last minute this year, but the last few weeks has seen a flood of new enquiries,” commented show organiser Adrian Sneyd. “Consequently, all three halls of the Harrogate Convention Centre are almost fully booked, with just a few spaces remaining.”

This year will see the introduction of the New Product Showcase, which will serve as the first port of call for retailers and buyers looking to uncover the latest new product launches.

In addition, the Baby Products Association  (BPA)has organised a great line-up of speakers for its annual Seminar Programme and will also be announcing the winners of its BANTA and Concept & Innovation Awards.

Full details about the show and free registration is available on the website at

Companies wishing to snap up one of the last remaining stands, contact Adrian Sneyd on 01902 880906 or email

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