The National Convenience Show, part of the UK Food & Drink Shows, is taking place 25-27 April, with expectations high for the sector’s first major face-to-face gathering in over two years.
Comprising National Convenience Show, Farm Shop & Deli Show, Food & Drink Expo and The Forecourt Show; each individual show has been tailored to its sector’s unique challenges whilst offering visitors a wider snapshot of the industry’s overarching issues.
This year’s National Convenience Show will involve panel sessions on key matters impacting the convenience sector such as HFSS, crime, technology and new products. For the full agenda, click here.
With four different shows under the same roof and many brands exhibiting exclusively at the UK Food & Drinks Shows, the shows are unique in their ability to offer countless opportunities for insight, innovation and networking meaning valuable time spent out of the office can have even more of an impact for visitors whose interests go beyond any individual show.
Managing director – wine & exhibitions at William Reed, Andrew Reed, said: “When the UK Food & Drink Shows open this spring, expect a show like never before. From established brands to exciting start-ups, it’s set to be a jampacked show floor showcasing the best the industry has to offer.
“Virtual meetings may have been a blessing during the last two years, but nothing compares to the impact of conducting business in person. On the show floor this April, there’s no better opportunity to make the most of face-to-face meetings and forge new and revive existing relationships.
“I would urge anyone connected with our industry to register for their free badge today.”