Almost all stands sold at Scotland's Trade Fair Spring

Company: Scotland’s Trade Fair Spring

Scotland’s Trade Fair Spring is almost fully committed after a huge interest in stands from new and established companies. Taking place at the SEC, Glasgow, from 21-23 Jan 2024, this show demonstrates that confidence is high after a successful tourist season this summer.

Exhibitor numbers are back to pre-pandemic levels with many new Scottish and UK businesses keen to increase their share of the Scottish market. The success of independent retail in Scotland is in part largely to the big influx of tourists this summer, mainly from North America, India and the Far East.

Show Director Mark Saunders said: “For those still keen to take a stand don’t delay in contacting us. With the increased confidence in the Scottish market and influx of tourists, it looks likely that buyers will be flocking in their droves to the Show to re-stock and source new products. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be seen.”

New exhibitors to look out for include Fountasia garden products, The English Soap Company, Ocean Plastic Pots, Enesco, Kabloom seedboms, Zippy & George, The Little Dog Laughed, Ooshky, Rablogan Castle of Scotland Highland wear, Braemar Highlandwear, Joya, Mala Leather, Flick Fashions, Shrieking Violet, Lantern Tailoring, Annabella Moore and  Tipperleyhill stationery and cards.

These suppliers will complement the Launch Gallery for new, young companies such as Castle Apothecary Scotland, Concrete & Cacti, Just Hammered, The Old Waiting Room Gallery, Thistle & Twigs and Vivid Stash, to mention a few.

Scotland’s Trade Fairs have also undergone a refresh of the brand. With new logos and artwork, the new branding reflects a more contemporary feel, reflecting the Scottish heritage, with some witty undertones.

Soni Ahmed from Maia Gifts said: “Each year Scotland’s Trade Fair becomes more invaluable for us to source locally designed and produced ranges. This show continues to improve each year!”

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