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Autumn Fair preview


Hall 5


Children’s Gifts, Toys & Gadgets will be among the huge selection of general giftware on display in Hall 5 of Autumn Fair, one of the largest exhibition halls in


Europe. Around 100 suppliers from the children’s gift and toy


sector will participate in the showcase, including many that are new to Autumn Fair this year.


House of Marbles


From the core Gift offering, buyers from the smallest independents to the largest multiples and department stores can source from a diverse product range encompassing collectibles, speciality food and confectionary, souvenirs, memorabilia and heritage items, candles, home fragrances, clocks, picture frames and countless other general giftware products.


New for 2015 is a group pavilion organised by the Caribbean Export Development Agency, featuring the design-led product of 12 companies keen to fulfil the huge trend for all things tropical that shows little sign of abating. It is the first European showcase ever put on by the collective. Exhibitors on the pavilion will display an eclectic mix of home accessories, handmade cosmetics, jewellery, indigenous pottery and ceramics, leather crafts and natural body and bath products


“buyers from the smallest independents to the largest multiples and department stores can source from a diverse product range “


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