Benefits Of Exhibiting

If your business manufactures in the UK or provides a service to those that do - you need to be at this show!

Raise brand awareness for your British-made business

Make valuable industry connections

Meet 5,000+ visitors looking for British suppliers

Network with important decision makers

Apply to Exhibit

To find out more about exhibiting please call Caroline on 0208 003 0108

 

 
 
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*This show is only suited to businesses that make in Britain
 
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What Our Exhibitors Say

"There is no other show like this to represent British manufacturing in the textile industry so 100% worth doing"
Stead McAlpin

"We’ve met so many great people – also other exhibitors bouncing ideas off one another. We’ve never done an exhibition before and we’re really glad we have." 
Autumn Down

"It's a great focal point to meet people who do actually want to buy things that are made in the UK. Extremely good value for money and where else are you going to see this many potential clients in two days?"
Abraham Moon & Sons

"It's a really good show - we're delighted with it" London Tradition

"We get to meet new customers & see face-to-face our existing customers" Silk Bureau

"We've never done an exhibition before and we're really glad we have." Autumn Down

"It allows you to meet all sorts of people - from graduates to chain stores to independent retailers" Sock Mine

Who Attends?

Make it British Live! is a business to business show, with over 5,000 visitors over the two days.

Attendees range from buyers and sourcing directors from all the big retailers and department stores, to smaller brands, independent boutiques and designer fashion labels.

With such a big focus on making locally, it’s not surprising that all the big names in the UK send representatives from their companies to the show, including M&S, ASOS, Arcadia, John Lewis, Whistles, Liberty, LK Bennett, Karen Miller, Oasis, Paul Smith, Top Man & Ted Baker.

The show also attracts overseas visitors from 17 different countries, including Japan, Germany and Scandinavia, who come to the event looking for authentic British-made products to stock in their stores.