“Being able to secure another hall option is fantastic for the show” enthuses show organiser, Adrian Sneyd.
Harrogate International Nursery Fair is planning the opening of an additional hall to cope with exhibitor demand for its upcoming October event.
The show – which is scheduled to take placed from 17-19 October at the Harrogate Convention Centre – will be the first time the UK’s baby products industry has had the chance to showcase ranges in the country since March 2019.
To this end, the organiser is keen for there to be as many opportunities as possible for potential exhibitors to secure space.
“We have received numerous new booking enquiries, many from brands that either haven’t exhibited with us for many years or not shown at a UK trade event before, and as a result have taken the opportunity to utilise an additional hall (Hall D) of the Harrogate Convention Centre,” confirmed Adrian Sneyd, show organiser. “We always aim to be as flexible as possible, so being able to secure another hall option is fantastic for the show especially after so many times of trying to run our event last year.
“Hall D will link in very well with the original hall layouts facilitated by the opening of a second entrance and registration point as a way into the fair.”
Exhibitors still interested in securing space are encouraged to get in touch as soon as possible to aid planning of the event.