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Don’t miss out on Glee, register now!

Published: 7 September 2021 - Neil Mead

As Glee 2021 gets set to open its doors at the NEC from 14th – 16th September, retailers and other trade buyers are invited to register online for the first in-person European event for our industry taking place within the last 18 months.

 

More than 300 brands – including 100 companies which are brand new to the exhibition – will present their latest product innovations across eight thriving products sectors, including: Landscaping & Garden Decoration, Garden Care, Outdoor Entertaining, Food & Catering, Home, Gift & Clothing, Plants, PAW (the pet section!) and Retail Experiences & Services.

With the absence of live events having been keenly felt for well over a year, retailers from independent and multiple garden centre chains, DIY and high street stores, e-commerce sites, pet shops, home & gift and outdoor leisure specialists, builders’ merchants and landscapers alike will not want to miss out on securing their free ticket to the show. 

To register simply visit www.gleebirmingham.com and click the ‘Register Today button to confirm your attendance. You can also download the Glee Connect app to plan your visit. All registered visitors who download the app can enjoy free tea and coffee onsite at the show. Find out more here: https://www.gleebirmingham.com/glee-connect-visitor

 

In addition to bringing together the biggest and most exciting showcase of established and emerging brands, Glee will also be a hotspot for cross-industry networking and will benefit from a rich educational and inspirational programme of content that is designed to arm retailers with invaluable advice to help grow their businesses despite challenging trading conditions. See the full schedule of seminars here: https://www.gleebirmingham.com/seminars

Matthew Mein, Glee Event Director, said: “Whilst visiting gleebirmingham.com why not also view the wealth of wider information that is available, helping you to plan your trip around the show. With so much content and so many exhibitors ready and willing to do business, a visit to Glee can be a fully-packed three-day agenda so time spent pre-planning will pay dividends onsite.”

Important details on the latest Safe & Secure measures put in place to ensure a safe reopening of Glee – including the introduction of Covid-19 Status checks – can also be found at gleebirmingham.com/the-community/safe-secure. All attendees are advised to view this information before travelling to the show, here: https://www.gleebirmingham.com/the-community/safe-secure

Find out more

To keep up to date on the latest Glee news visit www.gleebirmingham.com

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