Dates announced for The Big Promotional Trade Show

Following on from last year’s success, The Big Promotional Trade Show has expanded the 2020 series of events due to popular demand for its third edition.

Showcasing many of the industry’s leading companies, the shows will feature 50 of the top suppliers of promotional merchandise and services from the UK and Ireland at conveniently located venues.

New exhibitors, including The Carole Group, Pinpoint, Abbeygate, R&JP, Foremost Magnets, Crazy Bags, First Editions and Kingly, will show alongside returning exhibitors, including PF Concept, Laltex, Crystal Galleries, Xindao, Gold Star Worldwide, United Brands of Scandinavia, Senator and many more.

Dates for 2020 are as follows:

  • Wednesday, March 18 – Glasgow.
    The Argyl Suite, Glasgow Crowne Plaza Hotel.
  • Wednesday, April 1 – Dublin
    The Ballroom, Red Cow Moran Hotel.
  • Wednesday, April 22 – Surrey.
    The Esher Hall, Sandown Park Racecourse.
  • Thursday, April 30 – Manchester.
    The Point, Emirates Old Trafford, Lancashire Cricket Club.
  • Wednesday, September 23 – London Heathrow.
    The Buckingham Suite, Heathrow / Windsor Marriott Hotel.
  • Tuesday, September 29 – Manchester.
    The Manchester Suite, Manchester United Football Club.

The autumn events, entitled The Big New Product Show, will major on the thousands of new products and ranges launched into the industry for this key trading period.

Visitors to the shows will experience a comprehensive range of products and services providing the latest innovative ideas and marketing solutions available to the industry. The shows are trade only and designed to cater only for bona fide distributor companies where promotional merchandise is the primary business; a strict door policy will be in place.

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