HINF looks forward to new business opportunities

With a successful Cologne now done and dusted, the baby product industry is now looking forward to the Harrogate International Nursery Fair, taking place from 29 to 31 March 2020 and offering manufacturers and suppliers the opportunity to present their new ranges to the entire UK nursery industry.

“We are already gaining a lot of interest for next year’s show and have a number of larger brands signing up to attend,” said Adrian Sneyd, show organiser. “I think that the current political uncertainty has made selling products to the home market more attractive and many retailers and buyers are choosing to explore what the UK has to offer too.”

Richard Trott, managing director of Purflo and Pink Lining was one of the first companies to sign up for the 2020 show. “We had a really great show this year and made the right decision to attend Harrogate for the first time for a number of years. It was good to be back! We had a great reaction to our product ranges and wrote some nice orders meeting with both new and existing customers, which made the whole exercise well worthwhile!”

Silver Cross also returned to Harrogate this year with Claire Garnett commenting: “Our return to Harrogate International Nursery Fair was a huge success for Silver Cross. It was great to showcase our first ever car safety collection to retailers and the press and the response was tremendous. Our stand was packed throughout and we loved having the chance to spend time with our customers. The show couldn’t have gone better – we will be back next year!”

For more information about stand availability and to book for next year’s show visit www.nurseryfair.com or contact Adrian directly on 01902 880906 or email adrian@nurseryfair.com

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