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Exclusively 2023 already almost 90% sold out

Seema Grantham, show sales director, explained: “With seven months to go to Exclusively, the current sales position just proves that this sector has lost none of its appetite for a physical opportunity to showcase products and network with the industry.”

Exclusively regularly hosts over 140 companies and 300 brands, representing all key product categories in the housewares, small electricals, tabletop and gift sectors, and many big names have been part of the show for many years.

“Visitor turnout was fabulous in 2022, so I am sure that is contributing to exhibitor enthusiasm for 2023,” continued Seema. “We have space remaining in the gallery and Launchpad, which is the dedicated area for new, innovative products and suppliers and designed to meet the needs of small businesses and start-ups. That was highly successful this year for Jomafe, Savernake and TCP, who are all moving to the main hall in 2023.”

Regular exhibitor Brian Walmsley of EKO Home, added: “Exclusively provides a great breadth and quality of retailers – with many leading independents, department stores, supermarkets, garden centres, DIY chains and mover.

“It is a wonderful opportunity to showcase both existing and new products, and the brand showcase is also a brilliant focal point for both traditional press and influencers.”

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