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Autumn Fair preview


Hall 4


Product categories showcased in Hall 4 of the exhibition, include Fashion Jewellery & Accessories, Greetings, Gift & Craft.


Fashion Jewellery & Accessories is one of the strongest market categories represented at Autumn Fair, with scores of new exhibitors joining major industry suppliers such as Talbot Fashions, Tilley & Grace, Belle & Flo, Sea Gems, Balagan, Nour, Suzie Blue, DC Brands International, Timesource and Bardot Accessories.


The central focus for Fashion Jewellery & Accessories at Autumn Fair will once more be the Fashion Catwalk, one of the most popular and eye-catching features of the show, located at the heart of Hall 4. Shows featuring exhibitors’ product will run three times a day, interspersed with a series of absorbing presentations and seminars on subjects ranging from future trends and merchandising advice to online marketing


and best practice in social media.


Hall 4 is also the place to find Retail Shop and E-commerce Theatre, one of the centre pieces of the show. The seminar content is designed to address some of the most challenging areas currently facing retailers. With session topics ranging from social media to search engine optimization and website design, the theatre offers unmissable content for any retailer, whether bricks and mortar or online, looking to increase their online presence.


Nova Leathers (Bristol) Ltd


Fashion Jewellery & Accessories is one of the strongest market categories represented at Autumn Fair


64 Giftware Review & Home Interiors September / October 2015


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