Demand for Stand Space as 2021 Dairy-Tech Event is Launched

Exhibitors are being encouraged to get their stand space booked for Dairy-Tech 2021 on 3 February, as demand is expected to be higher following the cancellation of most events this year.

The trade show officially opens for business today (27 July), and has already received enquiries with businesses keen to connect with customers again through face to face events.

The cancellation of shows and events throughout 2020 means many exhibitors have halted plans to launch new products and services.

As Dairy-Tech will be the first dairy show to take place in a year there has already been some significant interest.

Event organiser and RABDF managing director, Matthew Knight said: “It is encouraging to see such interest prior to launching and it is our plan to continue building on the success of the last three events which have attracted over 300 exhibitors and a 10% increase in visitor numbers each year.

“The size of the venue at Stoneleigh Park, with this year’s event occupying over 6,000sqm,will allow us to operate safely and in line with Government guidelines. We are factoring in social distancing when organising our stand space which will help safeguard our exhibitors, visitors and the event should tighter restrictions be imposed.”

Existing exhibitors can rebook their stand space now at a special discount rate. All other customers will be able to book stand space from 7 September with an early bird discount rate running until October.

To enquire about stand space go to dairy-tech.uk or call Charles Neale on charlesneale@rabdf.co.uk or call 02476 639 317.

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