Harrogate Nursery Fair almost fully booked

With just a few weeks to go before Harrogate International Nursery Fair, the show floor is almost fully booked.

The show is almost fully booked for 2019 thanks to major nursery brands such as Silver Cross, Bugaboo, Thule, CuddleCo, Obaby, Easy Tots and Cheeky Rascals; as well as returning favourites such as BabyStyle, Venicci, Hauck Fun For Kids, Bebecar, Joie and Cosatto, among others.

“As the UK’s only nursery trade show, Harrogate is attended by the majority of UK baby product buyers seeking new ranges for their stores – as well as some from Europe and even further afield,” states show organiser Adrian Sneyd.

“If there are any suppliers who have wondered how to get products in front of major department store buyers, multiples and independent retailers across the UK, then Harrogate is your answer!”

Companies who have not yet booked could still be in luck as the show has a few prime smaller exhibition stands remaining.

“Lots of smaller, baby product companies launch their products at consumer shows and whil this is great for brand awareness, they have to sell an awful lot of products to cover their costs,” states Adrian. “With trade shows, it can often take just one order from a major retailer to not only breakeven but guarantee healthy profits for the coming year.”

For more information about the show, which takes place from 24 to 26 March 2019, visit www.nurseryfair.com

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