Choice, creativity and innovation are the recurring themes at Scotland’s Trade Fair, a mere 10 days away at the SEC, Glasgow from 21-23 Jan 2024. With an impressive 30% of all exhibitors new to the Show, coupled with the launch of many 2024 ranges from existing suppliers, this is the one event to discover, stock and order products for the year ahead.

With every stand taken, there is an incredible range of gifts, homewares, textiles, clothing, crafts, jewellery and accessories on display. Notable new suppliers include Travel Outfitters, Luxe Christmas, Ink & Bloom, Ocean Plastic Pots, Scottish Fine Soaps and MUKA Jewellery.

Show Director Mark Saunders said: “The demand for stands this year has been phenomenal. With a flourishing tourist market in Scotland buyers from all over the globe will be coming to Glasgow to source truly exceptional products. A delegation of US buyers is visiting through NACTA, underscoring the broad appeal of this Scottish showcase. Come and see for yourself from 21-23 Jan.”

At the heart of the Show lies the Launch Gallery with suppliers such as Bonnie Bauble and Just Hammered, along with the creative Craft Gallery and a display of the winners of the Show’s Best Product Awards.

Scotland’s Trade Fair is more than just sourcing and ordering; it offers abundant networking opportunities and the Talking Shop Seminar theatre is packed with informative masterclasses, panel discussions and keynote talks. Explore the schedule:

Run in conjunction with the Speciality Food & Drink Show, this event is a one-stop buying extravaganza.

Register now here.


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