Giving & Living will introduce you to decision makers with purchasing power from independent retailers, multiple retailers, holiday parks, garden centres, heritage sites, tourist attractions, e-commerce and department stores. Buyers are attracted to the unique product mix, set in an easy to get to and manageable location. Spread over three days it’s less frantic than many other shows and certainly more enjoyable.
Check out our ‘Book your stand with Confidence’ Covid-19 guarantee below
of visitors placed orders at the show or shortly afterwards.
found three or more new suppliers.
of visitors travelled over 50 miles to come to the show.
of our visitors would recommend the show.
What you can expect from us
‘Book your stand with Confidence’ Covid-19 guarantee
We recognise how hard it is to plan ahead with financial confidence at the moment. We appreciate that you want to minimise risk, when marketing budgets have been cut and every penny counts.
You need to book into trade shows, to meet new customers and show off your latest products and services, but what happens if there’s a local lockdown and the show is postponed? None of us can insure against local Covid-19 related lockdowns.
Book into one of our 2021/2022 trade shows and we will limit your risk, in the case of a government enforced Covid-related postponement, to a maximum of 10% of your stand cost. We will offer this guarantee right up until the day before the show is due to open.
And in the case of a Covid-19 related postponement, we are also offering the transfer of the total of any deposit you have paid, to the next edition of the show, as an alternative.
You will of course need your own insurance to cover all other eventualities, as we cannot help with any other expenses you may incur should such a Covid-19 postponement occur, but we hope this helps you book into our 2021/2022 trade shows, with confidence.
Previous visitors include:
We’ve never been anywhere before where every visitor that showed an interest in buying has either brought at the show or followed up in the weeks after the show with an order. Before the show we were told that the visitors came to buy, and they do.”