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Mix business with pleasure at Home & Gift Harrogate


A ‘refreshed and reinvigorated’ show is promised this Summer by organisers of Home & Gift Harrogate (July 13-16). And part of the new look


will include the launch of the Best of British and Eco showcases put together to help retailers easily source products that support the British economy and also the environment. Show director, Cleere


Scamell said: “With retailers becoming more conscious of the impact of their sourcing decisions on the environment and the economy, we are very excited to announce the launch of these showcases.” The Best of British


products are being vetted by David Nicholls and the Eco products by Oliver Heath. Selected items will be showcased at the Cairn Hotel and also be highlighted as part of a trail through the show with stickers on relevant stands. Cleere said: “We understand that


this year is an understatement. It is a show like no other and the team have worked hard to add fresh content to what is an amazing event for sourcing new products, but with the feel of a buying ‘festival’. “In particular I am looking forward


to welcoming back some of the elements that make the show special. Buyers are reminded to keep an eye on our social media feeds for the latest news between now and the show.”


(continued overleaf) ...to say I am


looking forward to the show this year is an


retailers are short on time when visiting our events which is why we are offering both a showcase and trail to help retailers source environmentally responsible products and goods that support the British economy,


quickly and effortlessly.” One of the great things about Home &


Gift is its setting and the potential it offers to mix business with pleasure. Cleere said: “To say I am looking forward to the show


understatement


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