Autumn Fair

5-8 September 2021 | NEC BIRMINGHAM

Curated Meetings

Discover your next bestsellers and unique collections to suit your criteria
then meet with your chosen, quality suppliers in real life.

 

Experience a better, more productive way to buy.

 

Using our Curated Meetings online platform, you can search for products that truly suit your desired aesthetic, product type, price range and beyond. Whether that’s Lifestyle and Scandi, Classic and Vintage, or maybe Children’s Toys through to Ceramics or Silver Jewellery. You specify and we’ll do the leg work - presenting you with relevant products from some incredible brands and suppliers.

Like what you see? You can then request in-person, Covid-secure, 1-2-1 meetings to see products in glorious real life and build relationships with exciting new contacts.

Learn more from the team

 

Buyers Curated Meetings

What do I get?

9 x 15-minute meetings with the suppliers of products that excite you.

A chance to touch and feel the product and discuss business.

A night’s accommodation provided in a luxury hotel for Autumn Fair.

Hosting in the Curated Meetings Lounge with complementary drinks, food and networking space.

Who can apply?

This program is open to retailers with a focus on gift, who have purchasing responsibility and who are actively sourcing new products.

Your nine meetings will be held during dedicated hours on the Monday and Tuesday during exhibition hours.
 

Apply to become a Buyer

 

“I love this program, as it gives me a unique opportunity to have
one-on-one time with parties of mutual interest.”

 

“The hosted program was extremely well managed. Beat all my expectations!
What an excellent way to ensure vendors get an opportunity
to connect with the right retailers.”

 

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