The Exclusively Show returns to London next month, and organisers have said they are excite to welcome a host of leadings brands to this year’s event as the industry returns to full exhibition mode following the challenges of previous years.
Taking place at the Business Design Centre, Islington on 13-14 June, the Show will once again offer a selection of space options for exhibitors, but also more in the way of product demonstration areas and brand ambassador opportunities. There is also going to a be a new video production area for exhibitors as well as the popular photo studio feature.
In the main exhibition area, 30 out of 147 exhibitors are completely new to Exclusively. These include Beurer, Croydex, Devaney & Co Ltd, Uberstar, HORL 1993, RBV Birkmann, iDesign, Aura Frames and Silverwood Bakewares. In the Launchpad there are also opportunities to see products and brands never before at the show. Newcomers such as Aquaphor, DH Lifelabs, Loveliga, DKB Toys & Distribution, Klimichi, Roll’Eat, Alligator of Sweden, Siliomart, Butter Bell Crock, Sue Ure Maison, The Silicone Straw Company, and Vego Foods will all be adding to the vast array of fresh ideas for buyers.
Meanwhile, ranges from big name brands and previous exhibitors include Bluestem Group, Brita, Dualit, Joseph Joseph, Melitta, RKW, Strix and Swan. Other companies on show will be Dartington Crystal, OXO, Simplehuman, Pendeford, Peugeot and Premier Housewares.
Commenting on this year’s exhibitor profile, Exclusively Chair and Chief Operating Officer of BHETA (which organises the Show), Will Jones, said: “Exclusively has been privileged to maintain a superbly popular presence throughout the last few years thanks to the enthusiasm of exhibitors, buyers, and media for the concept and ethos of what is the leading UK exhibition for housewares, small domestic electricals, and gift. 2023 is seeing an influx of new companies and brands as well as a high number of returners. It’s a great combination.”