UK's LondonEdge tradeshow reports record show
LondonEdge, the UK tradeshow for alternative fashion brands, just held its latest edition on September 6-8. It was the biggest show in three years, LondonEdge said.
Though it didn't reveal any numbers, LondonEdge also said footfall increased since last year. New brands this season included The Ragged Priest, Motel, Syd & Mallory, and Jeffrey Campbell, and the show had an international attendance of buyers, bloggers & press.
This was also the first time LondonEdge held Edge:Edit, which showcases emerging brands from young designers of the future.
Managing Director Carole Hunter commented: “We’re absolutely delighted with the results of with the 32nd LondonEdge this season. Early indication is that we have seen a rise in footfall from this time last year. Not only that but also really pleased at the high number of potential new exhibitor enquiries that we’ve had at the organisers’ office during the show. We’re looking forward to the next show at Olympia West between 7th-9th February 2016.”
Exhibitor The Ragged Priest said: “We are really excited about the direction that LondonEdge are pushing towards. It’s a brave new world out there and LondonEdge are targeting brands that have a strong social media message, as well as those who have a unique selling point. It’s a refreshing approach to a global tradeshow calendar that is becoming increasingly monotonous.”
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