What’s on off er
Gifts: Pick up your next best sellers from the thousands of new products on show. From grand designs to contemporary chic, there are loads of great products to be had and gifts to suit all budgets. With over 300 exhibitors, some key brands include Addject, Avoca, Enesco, Gisela Graham, Jellycat, Joe Davies, Lesser & Pavey, Lisbeth Dahl, Rex International, RJB Stone, Salco, Wild & Wolf, Windhorse Trading, Xystos and Yankee Candle.
How much do you know about Home & Gift, Harrogate? Show your age knowl- edge by answering the following ques- tions. Correct answers on a postcard or email will be entered into a draw to win a bottle of Champagne to be presented at the show. Answers in the next issue.
2. Name the seaside resort that the Har- rogate show relocated to for a short while?
3. In what decade did Clarion Events take over the show?
True or false: 1. Home & Gift is the second biggest annual event to be staged at Harro- gate.
2. It takes 40 days to build and break the marquees. 3. Last year over a quarter of buyers placed orders between the value of £4,000 – £10,000.
Email your answers to ella@lemapub- lishing.co.uk
or send your answers on a postcard to:
Home & Gift competition Ella Cope, Lema Publishing, 1 Churchgates, The Wilderness, Berkhamsted, Herts, HP4 2UB
Securing your place
Home & Gift is a trade only show. It is free to attend, providing you pre-register saving £20). To book your place or for more information on the show visit www.homeandgift.co.uk
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Travel and Accommodation el and Accommodation
The average visitor spends at least 2 days at the show to and make the most of what’s on off er. There are a number of ways to get there by train, plane and automobile.
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Harrogate International Centre North Yorkshire HG1 5LA
For a map of the Harrogate International Centre and surrounding area visit: www.google.co.uk/
maps and enter the postcode HG1 5LA. Free parking for drivers using the park and
ride service at the Great Yorkshire Showground. Leeds/Bradford airport is a 20-minute drive, or a 30 minute door-to-door bus ride to the Harrogate station. Hopper bus service connecting the hotels and marquees.
Disabled access and mobility scooter hire service.
For any other travel information visit www. homeandgift.co.uk/travel
If you are attending Home & Gift Harrogate and would like to feature in our preview, send your copy and images by email to ella@lemapublishing no later than 2 June. Alternatively send it in the post to Ella Cope at the competition address above. A maxi- mum of 300 words and 4 high-resolution images is permitted per company. Please note, while we do our best to accommodate all relevant editorial, copy is not guaranteed to appear in the magazine and it may be edited for style and length.
Questions: 1. In what year did Home & Gift fi rst begin?
Home: Source interior products from Home & Gifts widest off ering to date. Hundreds of new lines catering for every room in the house including the garden! Buyers can be sure to fi nd a variety of profi t pulling ranges at the show. Over 250 exhibitors on show including Arthur Price, Biggie Best, Churchill China, Fairmont & Main, Garden Trading Company, India Jane, Libra, One World Trading, Portmeirion Group and Walton & Co.
Jewellery and Fashion: Discover over 200 jewellery and fashion accessory suppliers. There’s no shortage of bags, bracelets and shoes plus plenty of bits for the boys so retailers are bound to fi nd the right product mix to appeal to customers and fi ll their Christmas stockings. Key brands include Alandra, Bedazzled, Indulgence, Konplott, Lionite Mele, Mint Designs, Orelia and Suzie Blue.
Greetings and Stationary: No matter if it is cutting edge or traditional you are after, there will be hundreds of new card and stationary designs at the show to kick start the Christmas greetings
There are plenty of initiatives at the show to get your business fi ring on all cylinders.
A range of seminars and surgeries are designed to share expert opinion, give practical advice and inspire people with new ideas that the organisers say will guarantee to help run your business more profi tably. This years presentations will be given on a range of subjects including public relations and the power of third party endorsement, visual merchandising, optimising retail performance, top trends and predictions plus advice for start-ups on launching and growing your business. Places in the free seminars are on a fi rst come fi rst served basis. The one to one free business advice surgeries can be booked each day.
bonanza. Over 150 exhibitors include key brands like Arte Bene, Caroline Gardner, Cavania Cards, Emma Ball, Firebrand Art, Globe Enterprises, Penny Kennedy and Tracks Publishing.
Leading brands: The Cairn Hotel is home to some of the biggest brand names in gift supply covering the general gift, home, traditional and collectable gift sectors.
Christmas treats and best sellers:
Thousands of aff ordable gifts and products for everyone in the family.
Intro North: The area of the show dedicated to i innovation, fresh talent and the new kids on the block. It’s the go-to place to stock up on the latest new products before anyone else does!
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Product GB: Companies proud to display their made in Britain credentials can be found scattered all over the show. Buyers can do their bit for the local economy by buying the best of British craftsmanship at the show.
Farmers Market: Located at the Cairn Hotel, this will off er visitors and exhibitors alike a taste of British dishes and delicacies. This will be a celebration of home cooked food and will deliver a high quality eating experience to customers with traditional and unusual preserves, hand made organic cheeses, pies, speciality burgers, plus herbal teas, cakes, sandwiches salads and biscuits.
Look out for the July issue of Gifts Today, which will carry the full indepth preview of Home and Gift
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