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Autumn Fair preview


Hall 2


Hall 2 at Autumn Fair will incorporate The Light Show, the UK’s only dedicated home lighting trade event, organised in partnership with the Lighting Industry Association.


The arrival of The Light Show at Autumn Fair is a very exciting and important development for the exhibition, one that is hotly anticipated by both exhibitors and retailers in this sector.


Autumn Fair is perfectly timed for lighting buyers, the central location of The NEC makes it the best possible venue and a strong housing market bodes well for the success of this launch event.


There has been exceptionally strong growth in the home and lighting sectors over the past couple of years


and this major development will ensure Autumn Fair is an essential destination for the market.


When you want to relax, take a break and absorb the latest directional trends, head for the Trend Bar and discover what global style gurus WGSN have pinpointed as the major future macro trends in home and gift.


Febland


“The arrival of The Light Show at Autumn Fair is a very exciting and important development for the exhibition”


Jarapa recycled and natural NEW LIGHTING RANGE being launched at the autumn fair


The new range is combining cork and glass to make a stunning new range


Hall 2 Stand J25 - H24 44 Giftware Review & Home Interiors September / October 2015


Please email or call for further details stewart@jarapa.co.uk www.jarapa.co.uk 0845 5191982


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