The London Homebuilding & Renovating Show is making its long-awaited return to ExCeL London between 24-26 September 2021. It is issuing a call for entry to companies interested in exhibiting at this year’s event.
After 18 months of continuous COVID restrictions, over three quarters of Homebuilding & Renovating Show visitors have revealed they are most looking forward to being able to touch, see and feel products and speak to home design and build experts, according to research carried out by the event organiser Future PLC.
Although 85% of survey respondents researched home improvements during this time, half refrained from making any such purchases online.
Over half of survey respondents said they are looking to spend a minimum of £50,000 on their homes. Areas such as architecture and design, builders/contractors, garden/landscaping, doors/windows, kitchen, heating and flooring are among people’s top interests.
Exhibitors will finally be able to meet new clients face-to-face again and shore up their databases with relevant contacts. Visitors will get back to reviewing the suitability of the products and services in person for their current and future home ventures after months of internet searches and online shopping.
Nick Noble, commercial & events director at Future PLC, comments: “These past months have been very frustrating for the industry but we’re thrilled to once again be able to offer our visitors the help and guidance they look to us for under the format of a live event.
“We’re picking up the pace and inviting companies to get on board and introduce their new products and services that are currently so in-demand directly to the individuals who are most excited to see them.”
All visitors are assured the safety and wellbeing of attendees and staff remains a priority. Every aspect of the event complies strictly with the latest Government official guidelines. Key information on the show and any regulations people need to follow while attending will be updated on the website. There is also an app, available on iPhone and Android, that can assist people in browsing the venue with confidence. All of this, in a COVID-safe environment.
The Homebuilding & Renovating Show’s portfolio consists of eight shows across the year, covering key locations nationwide, in nearby affluent areas.
If you’re looking for inspiration and the latest innovations to enhance the projects you’re working on, the show has you covered! Taking place at ExCeL London between 24-26 September click on the link below to book your free pair of tickets worth £36.
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