Are you a textile company supplying high quality interior and lifestyle products? It's time to make your mark in London and beyond.
Textiles Scotland, in partnership with Scottish Enterprise, are hosting a two-day buyer event at brand new venue Scotland House in London. This event is the perfect opportunity for the Scottish interior brands looking with an ambition to grow their international sales, and to expand their contacts in London, Europe, and the USA.
The two-day event will consist of scheduled one-to-one buyer meetings and a static showcase display of selected Scottish companies, over the 18th and 19th September 2017. An evening drinks reception will be held on the 18th.
London is a key location for a great number of global interiors business, with over 70% of international interior hotel, commercial, and private projects being specified in London offices. London is a meeting place for the world's business leaders, and is consequently Scotland's most important trading market. Scotland's proximity to London means Scottish companies can take advantages of the city's status as a global gateway. Scotland House is centrally located in the heart of the city, enjoying a prominent position on the banks of the River Thames. This flexible business base will present Scottish businesses with new opportunities to build and enhance relationships with clients, partners, and connections.
Running concurrently with the Textiles Buyer event will be major trade show events including the London Design Festival, Decorex, and PAD. The timing of the Textiles Buyer event to coincide with these renowned events will ensure high traffic and global footfall to our Scottish offering.
Spaces are extremely limited for this opportunity, and interest is understandably high.
You must complete your application on the Scottish Enterprise website through this form by Friday 16th June to be in with a chance.
Come and join us at Scottish Interiors: LDN and make your business visible to London and beyond.
Lampshade / Photography: Kate Colin Design / Alasdair Smith