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Scotland’s Trade Fair Autumn to return in September

by Joe Gallop

Scotland’s Trade Fair Autumn is to return to the SEC in Glasgow from 18-19 September to target independent retailers who are interested in the latest in gifts, jewellery and homewares.

The event, organised by Springboard Events on behalf of Clarion, will see around 120 exhibitors display cards, homewares, gifts, textiles, jewellery and food in the show’s Launch Gallery. Several companies will be exhibiting at the show for the first time such as Christine Allan Art, Fiona Matheson Studio, Joy Nevada, Christine Gilbert Art and Surya Luna Naturals.

Show director Mark Saunders said: “Nothing quite beats meeting suppliers and negotiating orders that can only be done face to face at trade shows, especially as many of our exhibitors will only be at this show. However, our Autumn Show is more than just buying, it allows shops the chance to find out what is on-trend in the marketplace, discover new exhibitors, offers the opportunity for networking and catching up with suppliers and is a welcome day out after what we hope will be a busy summer season.

“With many British people opting to holiday at home now, plus many foreign visitors returning to Scotland, many shops are hoping to have good summer and will be ready to re-order in September.”

Scotland’s Trade Fair Spring returns to its normal timing in January and will be held at the SEC from 22-24 Jan 2023.

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