Exhibitor Demand for Dairy-Tech 2021 Sees Over 70% of Stand Space Sold

Business demands for Dairy-Tech 2021 are high with over 70% of the stand space already being booked up by existing exhibitors before going on general release today (7 September).

More than 180 businesses have already secured their stand space since the event was launched on 10 August with several exhibitors looking for more space.  

Stand space is now open for all new and existing exhibitors with an early bird discount rate running until 18th October. Businesses are urged to get their stand orders in soon with exhibition halls filling up fast.  

Commenting on the news, RABDF managing director Matt Knight said: “After an uncertain year it is great to see businesses committing to next year’s event.  

We want to assure businesses we are constantly monitoring government guidelines around COVID-19. The size of the venue at Stoneleigh Park 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, if tighter restrictions are imposed.”   

Dairy-Tech is one of the largest dairy specific events spread across 6,000sqm and attracting more than 300 exhibitors and 6,000 visitors. It is designed to showcase innovation in the dairy industry. The event will be one of the first major agricultural events to take place since COVID-19.  

The event will be taking place on 3 February 2021. 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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