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It’s time to start planning your trip to the indust which runs from 17-19 September


The 55th annual Flooring Show is fast approaching, with over 180 exhibitors preparing for the show and visitors still registering to attend. To get the most out of this year’s show, plan your trip to avoid any last minute rushing and disappointment.


The Flooring Show is the ideal place for visitors and exhibitors to enjoy three days of networking and business, with a host of free-to-attend show features making a comeback this year as well as new features added for 2017, there’s something for everyone.


DEMO ZONES The Demo Zones will be returning to The Flooring Show, and will once again be run by CFA, NICF and FITA. Split across two zones in two different halls, there will be demonstrations on Subfloor & Tools and Floor Finishes running across the three days.


Subfloor & Tool demonstrations will be held in Zone 1, located in Hall B while Floor Finishes will take place in Zone 2 in Hall Q. You will be able to find the full Demo Zone schedule in our Flooring Show Guide in the September issue of Tomorrow’s Contract Floors.


BUSINESS ADVICE CENTRE The Business Advice Centre will be open to all visitors and exhibitors across the three days of The Flooring Show. Specialist advisors on subjects such as e-commerce, website content creation, and merchandising will be on hand to offer expert advice.


Each advisor has two hours to dish their expert knowledge in 15 minute, pre-booked, slots. You can go to them with a few different questions; questions specific to your own business or you can simply go for a chat to bounce around ideas that will work for you.


You can find a timetable with more information on the specialist advisors and their availability here. To book your 15 minutes at the Business Advice Centre, please email Julia@theflooringshow.com with the name of the advisor you'd like to speak to.


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