It's nice to plan ahead, so to help you out we have a round up of some of the key events coming up in the retail and fashion industries next month. If you're running an event and would like it featured just contact us.
Pro-retail 2015 - The International Centre, Telford, Shropshire - www.pro-retail.co.uk
Once again, the biggest UK convenience retailer trade show for independent and multiples
is returning to The International Centre in Telford – this will be the 33rd show. Attendees are
welcome to attend either or both days.
Over two hundred leading suppliers and manufacturers will be exhibiting, offering retailers a
unique opportunity to see and sample new products and concepts, network with other retailers,
suppliers and industry experts, and generally experience what the world of convenience retail has
to offer to you and your business.
Vogue Festival 2015 Royal College of Art, London - www.vogue.co.uk
Two days of fashion, debate, ideas and fun. This year’s impressive line-up of participants includes
Bobbi Brown, Alexa Chung, Jean Paul Gaultier, Christian Louboutin, Olivier Rousteing and many
more. They are also delighted to announce the new Vogue Masterclasses, round-table tutorials
with the best in the industry, an unmissable opportunity for anyone who wants to work or get
ahead in fashion.
28th April 2015
Completely Retail & Leisure Marketplace Old Billingsgate, London - www.crmarketplace.com
This format is simple, but professional. There are no elaborate exhibition stands at this property
deals-focused networking event. Instead a segregated space within the market will comprise of
80 fully furnished and branded meeting areas, or stalls. Other meeting areas around the event will
be provided for delegates. Free WiFi access and refreshments will be provided throughout the day
to all delegates. And to make sure attendees get the most out of the event they are also providing
an online function to help people contact other delegates and book meetings ahead of the event.
29th April 2015
The Retail Forum Whittlebury Hall, Northamptonshire - www.theretailforum.com
This conference programme aims to give senior retail professionals access to new ideas,
solutions and innovations to help take their departments and companies forward. The agenda
is pitched at a high level and endeavours to present new case studies and new thinkers on
the programme each year. Keynote and seminar sessions give an encompassing view of the
retail industry, offering predictions and insights to help delegates form their future strategies. The
interactive workshops and discussion groups complement the larger sessions by drilling down
into specific issues, allowing delegates to share their collective experiences and to learn how their
peers are dealing with similar situations.