Organisers from The National Home Improvement Show say the 2012 event will be even bigger than their previous efforts.
Those in charge of co-ordinating the event have predicted a 20 per cent hike in attendance from last year’s gathering, which attracted 17,000 dedicated improvers.
After three years of being based at London’s Earls Court, business event company Centaur has decided to move the 2012 exhibition to the Olympia, also located in London. The venue will play host to over 300 exhibitors who will be able to offer advice and tutorials relating to their chosen niche.
So whether the attendee is looking to completely revamp their kitchen or just tweak their interior slightly – perhaps through adding window shutters – there’s likely to be one specialist around to help with the query.
Talking to exhibitionnews.co.uk, event director for The National Home Improvement Show Micheal Seaman said the event is about mixing enthusiastic improvers with experts in the field to create project plans.
“The National Home Improvement Show attracts an audience of homeowners and homebuilders who are constantly on the lookout for latest, innovative products and services,” Mr Seaman summarised.
“Our visitors are people with considerable budgets and active projects and the exhibition contains the inspiration, ideas and expert advice they need to help them take the next steps with their project.”
According to improveyourhomeshow.com, this year’s show will also feature special talks from a number of design experts – including ‘Changing Rooms’ presenter Oliver Heath – while free interior design classes will be conducted by skilled professionals.