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The Big Brands Trade Show is back and bigger than ever

Stax Trade Centres annual Big Brands Trade Show has been announced for 2017, and will once again take place in both Glasgow and Manchester.

The first stop for this year’s show is the Glasgow branch on Wednesday 27th September, then it’s on to Manchester for Wednesday 4th and Thursday 5th October. Both shows are set to be attended by exhibitors from some of the leading brand manufacturers and suppliers in the DIY, gardening, hardware, tools and housewares sectors.

As always, customers and visitors to each of the shows will be able to take advantage of special show only offers and deals. Exhibitors will also be on hand providing exclusive product demonstrations, giving away samples and providing expert advice to customers and attendees. There are a number of prime opportunities for manufacturers and suppliers to suit promote, display or exhibit around the branches and several opportunities for brands to boost their presence through
Stax’s own on and offline marketing channels.

Use of the boardroom, offices and facilities are already being booked for talks and presentations to customers.

Many of the biggest brands in the trade have already booked to exhibit include; Fiskars, Gorilla Glue, Henkel, Dencon, Plastikote, Dulux, Cuprinol, LG Harris and Rustins to name a few.

Stax Joint Managing Director, David Hibbert had this to say about the shows: “It’s a date that we look forward to every year, and it just seems to get better and bigger every time. We decided after the success of last year to keep the shows in Glasgow and Manchester, to minimise travelling time for our very busy customers in Scotland”

“We’ve already had a lot of interest in the show and we’re expecting to have more exhibitors and visitors than ever before. If you haven’t signed up to exhibit yet, then don’t miss out!”.

For more information on The Big Brands Show 2017 and to register your interest, please visit: www.staxtradecentres.co.uk

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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