New suppliers get chance to meet Wyevale Garden Centres buyers at trade event

The Garden Industry Manufacturers Association and British Home Enhancement Trade Association (BHETA) have arranged a 'meet the buyer' event with Wyevale Garden Centres.

The event is for new suppliers to the 141-centre group only and is on 12 November at Holiday Inn Brentford Lock, Commerce Rd, Brentford, London, close to Wyevale's Syon Park HQ.

Wyevale will pick potential suppliers for 20-minute meetings, with two company representatives allowed to attend.

The garden centre group is looking for suppliers of any size in gardening, home and horticulture categories.

Wyevale's new head of gardening is Caroline Linger, while the company is looking for new heads of horticulture and head of home.

A new horticulture head is believed to be about to be announced, while a new head of home is further off.

Members should contact Peter Stone at ps@bheta.co.uk to apply to attend by 17 October.


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