Registration for Glee 2021 is now live

by | Aug 25, 2021 | Community, News | 0 comments

Online registration for Glee is now live, enabling buyers and retailers to get online and book their free ticket to the first in-person garden trade exhibition anywhere in Europe within the last 18 months.

More than 300 brands – including 100 companies never before seen at the exhibition – will be coming together to showcase eight products sectors and also launch thousands of new products at the show, being held from 12-14 September at the NEC in Birmingham.

Matthew Mein, Glee event director, said: “Whilst visiting why not also view the wealth of wider information that is available, helping you to plan your trip around the show. With so much content and so many exhibitors ready and willing to do business, a visit to Glee can be a fully-packed three-day agenda so time spent pre-planning will pay dividends onsite.”

Details on the latest Safe & Secure measures put in place to ensure a safe reopening of Glee – including the introduction of COVID-19 Status checks – can be found here. All attendees are advised to view this information before travelling to the show.

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