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Customer at heart Sunday 17 F


ebruary, Hall 20, 2.15pm


Kate Hardcastle, business expert, Insight with Passion. Kate talks through how retailers can achieve


the most economical and successful marketing campaign for their business.


Spend a lifetime in our shoes Monday 18 F


ebruary, Hall 20, 12pm


Debbie Paver, TV Presenter and home shopping buyer. York-based Pavers Ltd is one of the UK’s


leading comfort footwear specialists and a successful multi-channel retail business with its own television shopping channel. Debbie will share the secrets to their success and discuss how they’ve sustained their longevity in what is an extremely competitive market.


Visual matters T


uesday 19 F ebruary, Hall 20, 11am


Lynda Murray, MD and founder of International Visual, and Phil Hill, creative director, International Visual. Find out how you can create impact on the shop floor through visual merchandising. Discover clever techniques you can use to handle products, and learn the tricks of the trade to create impactful displays to attract customers to your store. For details of all seminars including those running on the Hall 17 catwalk theatre, visit moda-uk.co.uk.


Footwear Industry Awards On Sunday 17th February, the annual Footwear


Industry Awards will be taking place at the National Motorcycle Museum just minutes from the NEC. Awards will include Footwear Brand of the Year, which is sponsored by Moda Footwear. Retailers and brands can find further information on the awards at www.footwearindustryawards.com.


More live shows Moda introduces a brand new catwalk theatre


this season, located between Moda Footwear and Moda Gent in hall 20. Key trends will be showcased over three live shows repeated throughout the three days. As always, hall 17 will play host to the fashion, evening and occasionwear and lingerie catwalk shows. A full timetable of these live shows can be found at moda-uk.co.uk.


An Inspired Future for Footwear Once again, Moda Footwear has been busy


discovering the footwear designers of tomorrow and its ‘History in the Making’ competition comes to its conclusion at the show. Undergraduates of De Montfort University will have their design creations on display in the entrance of hall 19 and the judging of the finalist will take place on site. The winner will be announced at the 6pm catwalk show on Sunday 17th December.


Social Scene With a choice of evening events this season,


visitors and exhibitors will find something to suit all tastes. The VIP dinner at Hampton Manor may be just the ticket; celebrate the season in style with a three-course dinner, after dinner entertainment and disco. For a more informal setting, the drinks reception, premium BBQ and DJ can be enjoyed at The Beeches. Tickets for Hampton Manor are priced at £40 per person and are available on a first come, first served basis. Tickets for The Beeches are just £20 per person. All tickets can be booked by e-mailing caroline@moda-uk.co.uk.


For more information please visit: moda-uk.co.uk


twitter.com/ModaExhibitions facebook.com/moda.uk


Plan for success Buyers can make a cracking start to their


season and get the most out of their trip to Moda by simply visiting the Moda website at moda- uk.co.uk. Here they will find all the essential show information, timetables of events and details of how to make the most of all networking opportunities. In addition to the events taking place at the NEC, buyers can also keep in touch with brands and other retailers via the Moda Communities area of its website throughout the season. Moda Communities also enables buyers to book appointments and plan their visit to the very last detail.


Moda on the move For information on-the-go, visitors can also


download the Moda App, designed to ensure that show details and vital information is at their fingertips. The Moda App is available to download via the Moda website or App store.


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