More than 100 brands to be showcased at Autumn Fair

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More than 80% of Autumn Fair is now sold out, say organisers of the show. Hundreds of brands are showing at Autumn Fair from the 5 – 8 September at NEC Birmingham, including the first view of the Malini and Paul Moneypenny collaboration Moneypenny Interiors.

Set to be the largest home & gift show in the UK and the largest gift and fashion gathering in the whole of Europe, Autumn Fair’s event director Jessica Dawnay says: “We are extremely proud to be the only channel of choice for so many businesses as they return to face-to-face events. We operate with integrity, honouring our longstanding heritage as the bastion of UK retail. Our exhibitors know they can trust in our experience to deliver ‘the’ must-attend show this season as well as the importance of exhibiting to demonstrate their stability and strength in the market.

“The opportunity is now to act. We know retailers are diversifying their supply chains and are looking for new suppliers for existing stock items, but they are also time-poor and with our Safe & Secure messaging and trusted heritage will be opting for Autumn Fair as their sourcing destination.”

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