New companies at HINF and final call for BANTA entries

Taking over three halls at the Harrogate Convention Centre, the Harrogate International Nursery Fair is now almost fully booked and will be presenting 30 new companies to the nursery trade, while BPA is making a final call for BANTA entries.

Taking place from 25 – 27 March, the three-day show will also be playing host to over 100 baby brands, ensuring that visitors to the show are guaranteed to find the very best products the industry has to offer.

A number of exhibitors are putting together exclusive show offers for retailers and buyers placing orders at the show – these include discounts, free delivery, no minimum order quantities, free gifts and much more.

Other attractions include the brand new New Product Showcase as well as the seminar programme and BANTA Awards, both organised by the Baby Products Association (BPA).

The seminar programme includes presentations on the new rules surrounding the new General Data Protection Regulations which come into place this May as well as a number of other nursery and retail-focused talks.

The BANTAs are only open to companies exhibiting at Harrogate and companies who would like their new products to be considered for the 2018 Awards can still enter. The deadline is Thursday 15 March and the winners will be announced in the seminar theatre at 4pm on Sunday 25 March.

Visit for full details and to register. Download your BANTA Awards entry form here.

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