Four Oaks 80% sold out for 2023

“A buzzing atmosphere, high-quality attendance and the positive experience of our exhibitors made the 50th anniversary Four Oaks Trade Show particularly successful - as a result, we’re nearing 80% sold for 2023 space already," says organiser Christina Walker.

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She adds on the 5-6 September 2023 show at Lower Withington, Cheshire: "Everyone was really pleased to be back at Four Oaks with many exhibitors saying it turned out to be their most successful ever. Now we have the challenge to make the next show even better. Retaining a value-for-money proposition with transparent pricing, plus our ability to receive and handle plant material from all over the world, makes exhibiting at Four Oaks a uniquely attractive investment opportunity for suppliers globally. This is key at a time when input costs are rising and everyone is understandably assessing their marketing spending stringently.

"Buyers from across the sector love visiting Four Oaks because of its unique character and the opportunity to see so much in one place, at the right venue, at the right time of year. Exciting first-time exhibitors already confirmed for 2023 include Selecta One, The Plant Team, Szmit Nursery and Sutkowsky Nursery from Poland and clothing supplier Eleganze.

"We’ll be building on the success of the Educate, Collaborate and Innovate zone with interesting, relevant content and new features, including improved new product awards. HortWeek will once more be our media partner and work with us to promote the show and as sponsor of the New Product Awards and Exhibitor supper.”

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