Nursery Today magazine

Harrogate is here!

The biggest trade event of the year is nearly upon us with the Harrogate Nursery Fair welcoming thousands of buyers to view the latest new baby products from around the world 

This year's show is set to be more ‘international’ than ever before with exhibitors and visitors attending the show from over 40 countries, including a North American Pavilion with 12 participating companies.

Over 200 exhibitors are currently in the process of getting ready including many fabulous new brands and some incredibly innovative new product launches. There will also be four amazing new inventions to see on the BPA’s Concept & Innovation Awards stand situated in the Queen’s Pavilion – get a sneak peek of the ‘must have’ products that will be in the shops by the end of the year. The winners of the Concept & Innovation Awards will be presented on the stand at 11am on Monday 24th March.

And finally, for the first time HINF is also offering an incredible line up of speakers on subjects that are really pertinent to everyone in the nursery industry with a BPA Seminar Programme which takes place in Hall G for the duration of the show. 

If you haven’t already done so, we would recommend pre-registering at www.nurseryfair.com to ensure speedy entry. Don’t forget to pick up a copy of the Official Show Guide 2014 which will guide you through the halls and contains exhibitor contact details and remember also to get your copy of the official daily newspaper (brought to you by Nursery Today) – bringing you fresh show news on a daily basis.

For more information ahead of the show, take a look at this month's bumper issue of Nursery Today Magazine where you can learn more about the companies exhibiting and the products being launched. 

Adrian Sneyd, show organiser comments: “We are really looking forward to welcoming seasoned visitors back to Harrogate this year and also the numerous new visitors who are attending for the very first time. With so much more to see and do at the show, we recommend attending for a minimum of two days and with hotels in the area so affordable, this makes perfect sense."







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