26 May 2024, 06:56
By Furniture News May 03, 2023

What to expect from this year's Bed Show

Registration goes live later this month for the UK’s biggest bed exhibition, the Bed Show.

Organised by the National Bed Federation (NBF), the Bed Show will take place from 26–27th September at The International Centre, Telford.

Always keen to keep the event fresh and exciting, the organiser and exhibitors are planning some surprises for the show and gala dinner and awards ceremony, so recommends that visitors secure their e-ticket as soon as registration opens.

This year, some of the biggest names in beds and component supplies with be exhibiting. For 2023, visitors can see the likes of Breasley, Deluxe Beds, Harrison Spinks, Highgrove Beds, Hypnos, Kaymed, Sealy, Silentnight and Vogue Beds, to name a few.

The Supplier Innovation Zone should be the first port of call for all purchasing managers of bed manufacturers and those that run their own mattress production units, states the NBF. The zone will host a selection of key component suppliers, including Apropa, Boyteks, Enkev, Handy, John Cotton Nonwovens, Leggett and Platt, Spinks, Wolf Components and more.

The gala dinner and awards ceremony will return on the first evening of the show, with a celebrity host to keep guests entertained. Entry to this year’s NBF Bed Industry Awards opens on 15th May, with 10 categories that promise to shine a light on companies and individuals across manufacturing, supply and retail.

The awards' organisers have given some of the categories a refresh - all will be revealed soon - but say that NBF members and supporting retailers should start thinking now about how they can showcase their successes from the past year, and which new products deserve recognition.

Registration will be open from the week commencing 22nd May, here.

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