Visitor registration is now live for The Flooring Show, which is running from 19th to 21st September 2021 at Harrogate Convention Centre.
“It’s incredibly exciting to get registrations off the mark for 2021,” commented Event Director, Alex Butler. “After what has been a challenging time all round, we’re really looking forward to bringing the flooring industry back together at our usual home in Harrogate.”
The Flooring Show’s exhibitor line-up boasts some of flooring’s biggest brands including Abingdon Flooring, Adam Carpets, Associated Weavers, Ball & Young, Bostik, Cavalier Carpets, Cormar, F.Ball & Co, Furlong Flooring, Interfloor, Kellars, Lano N.V, Lifestyle Floors, Likewise Floors, Millennium Weavers, Penthouse Carpets, Supreme Carpets, Ted Todd, Ulster Carpets ,and Victoria Carpets. Visit the website below to view the full exhibitor list.
“As the flooring sector’s only national trade show, it’s important that we have a good cross-section of exhibitors and content that will appeal to retailers, fitters and buyers from all areas on the industry, whether their interest lies in floor coverings, tools and accessories, underlay or what’s new in flooring,” says Alex. “Alongside our brilliant long-standing exhibitors, we’ve also got some really exciting new brands on board for 2021 so it’s set to be a fantastic show.”
There is some exciting new content for 2021. Visitors can experience master fitters at work as dramatic pieces of art are created out of LVT and carpet at the brand new Floor Art feature. With sustainability and climate change of rising importance, a dedicated feature will be shining a spotlight on how the flooring industry can really make a difference. Fitters will once again be able to pick up new floor laying techniques and learn how to work with the latest products as the Demo Zones return, run by FITA and supported by the CFA and NICF.
Entry to The Flooring Show is free for industry professionals, you can register for your free ticket at www.theflooringshow.com today.
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