Spring Fair Portfolio

 

The Little Black Book

The Little Black Book is the essential show preview and pre-show planning tool for buyers, uniquely featuring the floorplan, A-Z list of exhibitors, show highlights and extensive product sections.

 

The Party Show & Toys Preview

The Party Show & Toys Preview is a dedicated pre-show guide specifically designed to help buyers identify new suppliers and launch products. It offers inspirational new lines in partyware, fancy dress, toys and accessories in addition to exhibitor listings and floorplans.

 

Contemporary Capsule

First introduced for Spring Fair 2014, the Contemporary Capsule is the edited collection for Spring Fair and Autumn Fair and is designed to showcase the cutting edge of contemporary design. It connects exhibitors with elite buyers from high-end multiples, department stores and VIP visitors, featuring an inspiring selection of contemporary brands and products, trends and buying tips, in addition to select exhibitor profiles.

 

A-Z Guide

The What’s On & A-Z takes a contemporary ‘tilt and turn’ format, fusing together two great products into a handy single publication to create the ultimate navigational tool: the essential guide to what’s on and where to go. The What’s On & A-Z is distributed upon arrival at the venue and exclusively features timetables, show features and the very latest floorplans and exhibitor lists, making it the only publication designed specifically for identifying stand locations.

 

Official Show Catalogue

The Official Show Catalogue is the complete and comprehensive guide distributed to visitors as soon as they arrive at the show. Offering exhibitor company profiles by sector, product, brand and country indexes, exhibitor A-Z, product showcases and product trail information, the Official Show Catalogue is entirely dedicated to providing visitors with information to help them source new suppliers and products, and it is the only place visitors can go to in order to fulfil this primary motivation for attending the show.

 

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