In-Store Show 2005 sees record support
150 exhibitors already signed for event
Thousands of influential buyers from the retail marketing and design sectors are expected to attend The In-Store Show at London’s Earls Court in June.
With 30 per cent of visitors responsible for budgets of more than �1million and 17 per cent holding the purse strings to more than �3m, with 12 weeks still to go 150 exhibitors have already signed up. With thousands of new products on display, the new addition of IDW – International Display Week- to the show, as well as a high-class conference programme and the POP Awards Showcase, the show is a must for anyone working in the retail marketing and design industries. Organiser Centaur Exhibitions is expecting over 200 top suppliers to be on the show-floor come June. Together they will showcase the very latest developments, technology and trends affecting the entire industry, including point of purchase, digital media and in-store technologies, visual merchandising, shop equipment, display systems, lighting and graphics. Event director Jon Hughes said: “These are exciting times for The In-Store Show. It is a showcase of what’s best in POP, shop equipment, digital, lighting and graphics plus, with the incorporation of IDW this year, visual merchandising. The In-Store Show is the event for the entire industry to meet, network and do business.” The In-Store Show is run with the support of POPAI (Point of Purchase Advertising International), sdea (Shop and Display Equipment Association) and NAS (National Association of Shopfitters). Running alongside the exhibition is the popular conference stream. Featuring industry-renowned speakers, the conference sessions cover the very hottest topics affecting the industry today. The conference programme will be released in April.
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