The Tiling Show 2016

When:
September 18, 2016 – September 20, 2016 all-day
2016-09-18T00:00:00+01:00
2016-09-21T00:00:00+01:00
Where:
Harrogate International Centre
Harrogate HG1 5LA
UK
Cost:
Free

An exciting new exhibition for the tile and stone industry will be launched at the Harrogate International Centre from 18th-20th September 2016.  The Tiling Show will run alongside The Flooring Show which has been running in Harrogate for 52 years and under the current management has grown from strength to strength.  The 2015 Flooring Show was fully booked with a waiting list of exhibitors, and had a 9% increase in visitors attending.

This exciting new launch will bring more surface related products together in a dedicated hall with its own entrance and registration, but with the benefit of visitor cross over from The Flooring Show.

The show will be marketed to all tiling retail shops as well as the contract sector – contractors, specifiers, interior designers and architects; through a series of direct mail, targeted eshots and through publications like Tile & Stone Journal and Interiors Monthly.

With no other B2B show in this sector in the UK we hope to build a unique platform for manufacturers and distributors to show current products and to launch new and exciting designs.

Organisers, Wendy Adams Associates have already received over 20 stand bookings for the show and are looking forward to developing key feature areas, including a Demonstration Zone in conjunction with the Tile Association.

“The TTA is delighted to be partnering with the prestigious Harrogate Flooring Show to create the first-ever Tiling Show in 2016. After a number of years without a dedicated tiling show for the UK market, we view the launch of The Tiling Show as a very welcome development. This will be somewhere that our members and others in the tiling sector can do business, network, learn about the key trends and view product demonstrations. We are committed to playing our part in developing The Tiling Show into a new and unique platform for our industry,” says Ian Kershaw, Chairman of The Tile Association.

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