Home and gift retail marketplace Autumn Fair is set to launch its new direction from 1st-4th September at the Birmingham NEC.

With plenty of new and bellwether exhibitors presenting exclusive products, and the debut of new theatres and areas, Autumn Fair will offer exhaustive sourcing opportunities.

More than 22,000 visitors, and 1300 exhibitors across 11 show sectors, are expected to attend the NEC in preparation for the Golden Quarter sales period and beyond.

For 2019, Autumn Fair will occupy a new venue within the NEC, moving to the Atrium as part of a new offering designed to facilitate connections between suppliers and retailers, and make it as easy as possible for visitors to get to grips with the products that will drive profits.

All gifting categories have been brought together into one sector, and the show’s home and interiors sectors have also been brought together.

This includes a global contingent. In Hall 10, international manufacturers coming to Autumn Fair from Portugal, Indonesia, China and India, amongst others, will offer products relevant for buyers for gift, home, toys, fashion and kitchen and dining.

Event MD Julie Driscoll says: “The new sourcing hall will bring the best of the world to our door, ensuring that buyers who ordinarily wouldn’t have the resource to commit to costly trips abroad to visit potential suppliers can make connections here at Autumn Fair. Not only that, but we’ll be pushing to attract more international retailers to buy from the UK-based suppliers that are the foundation of our show.”

Register to attend for free here.