As the doors close on Scotland’s Trade Fair Autumn, another chapter opens in Scotland’s retail business. Focus on the Independence referendum has understandably occupied the minds of shoppers for the last few weeks and months but the general feeling in Scotland is that everyone wants to move on and get back to business as usual.
As the last trade Show before Christmas, retailers hurried to make last minute orders and seek out the elusive ‘gift that sells’. Gabrielle Schoenenberger from Braw Scotland said: “Scotland’s Trade Fair was a very well-organised event. The Launch Gallery was beautifully done and was the perfect backdrop for my products. Now really looking forward to the Spring Show.”
Scotland’s Trade Fair Spring takes place over 3 days from 18th to 20th January 2015 at Glasgow’s SECC.
Visit: http: www.scotlandstradefairs.co.uk
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