The National Homebuilding & Renovating Show, which has already seen 85% of its stand capacity being snapped up by exhibitors, has announced its last call for entry.
Held at the NEC in Birmingham from March 22 – 28 2018 as the largest event of its kind, the Show returns after seeing its busiest year in 2017, where it attracted high net worth visitors with an average budget of £121,000, which drove significant return of investment (ROI) for the trade.
The previous show was clearly a success, with 87% of attendees making purchases or considering doing so after the event. Also, 80% of people did – or were likely to – request a quote from an exhibitor, according to a recent consumer survey.
Nick Noble, commercial & events director at Future PLC, commented: “Our growth in visitor figures has driven additional trade attention towards the opportunity we’re providing, as through our shows we’re connecting the undiminished appetite from consumers who see their homes as their number one asset with the premium, highly targeted database.”
“We don’t just offer attendees access to products and services that are not available anywhere else,” he continued, “but we also facilitate an efficient and rewarding buying experience via our property experts’ free expertise. When you have a budget of over £100,000 for construction materials alone, this service is vital.”
The event is designed to provide advice and resources for potential homebuilders and people interested in renovation. They cover a wide range of interests from extensions, home DIY, planning, permission, interiors, renewable technologies, energy efficiency, home insurance, building regulations and more.
The Homebuilding & Renovating Show’s portfolio expands across seven shows this year, covering key venues including Birmingham, London, Harrogate, Glasgow, Surrey, Somerset and Edinburgh.
The event organisers are also planning to launch another exhibition at Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference in January 2019, further expanding its brand.
For more details on the upcoming show and its features, visit www.homebuildingshow.co.uk.