Harrogate Christmas and Gift 2018 – All you want for Christmas, and much more

by | Sep 13, 2017 | Community, News | 0 comments

With summer now firmly behind us, the industry is gearing up for the most important business event of next year ? Harrogate Christmas and Gift, which takes place from 14?to 17?January 2018.

The show is one of the fastest growing trade shows for this sector seeing a steady year-on-year increase in both exhibitors and visitors over the last five years and now extends to eight halls of the Harrogate Convention Centre. Space is already at a premium for 2018, with halls A, B, C, D, H and M already fully booked, with space still available in the Kings Suite and Hall Q. Both halls proved popular this year with Culinary Concepts booked to return and new exhibitors Transomnia and Giftscribes confirmed for Hall Q. Also new for 2018 is the Greetings Card Hall, which will be situated in the beautiful Royal Hall and organised by Greetings Today magazine.

Simon Anslow, show organiser, commented: ?Harrogate Christmas and Gift continues to go from strength to strength offering much more than just Christmas products. As it is a favourite buying destination for garden centres, as well as department stores, tourist attractions, heritage centres and independent retailers; the diversity of products is huge including products for inside and outside the home such as furniture and ornaments, books, puzzles and toys, food and drink and of course gift ranges suitable for the entire year.?

If you would like to join this hugely successful event, book your stand today. Full details including prices and booking forms are available on the website at www.harrogatefair.com ? alternatively, contact Simon on 01902 882280 or email: simon@harrogatefair.com

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