Posted 8th February

Homebuilding & Renovating Show sees success in 2018

By KBBDaily on 8th February 2019 - 07:00am
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The Homebuilding & Renovating Show saw “one of its most successful years to date” in 2018, with more than 18,000 visitors attending its last two shows of the year in the North and South West UK.

The Northern Homebuilding & Renovating Show – which took place on 2nd-4th November 2018 in Harrogate – saw an 8% year-on-year increase in visitor numbers. More than 15% of the visitors from the last two shows were trade, organiser Future Plc added.

“Yet again, we have engaged an active, loyal audience who reinforce The Homebuilding & Renovating Show as the market leader in this space,” said Future Plc commercial and events director Nick Noble.

“Last year’s shows highlight the commitment and dedication of our discerning visitors to forge ahead with their plans in the New Year, which we already expect to exceed expectations as much of our 2019 stand space has been booked months ahead of schedule.”

Keep an eye on our kbbEDIT: Events series to stay up to date with The Homebuilding & Renovating Show in 2019


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