Sambro will host over 1,000 buyers at November’s trade show event

Sambro will play host to over 1,000 retail buyers as it readies for its next exclusive trade show, held at the firm’s headquarters in Manchester.

The bi-annual event has now entered its fifth year since its launch back in 2013, providing the chance for buyers across multiple categories to capitalise on the pre-Christmas deals, as well as plan in their January sales.

Offers across toys, games, stationery, arts & crafts, toiletries and cosmetics, homewares and textiles, cookware, electricals, luggage and bags and more will all be at the event.

It will open its doors from 9am on November 1st and stay open until late on both days – November 1st and November 2nd – to give visitors the opportunity to see all exhibitors which include Hermanex, Grant & Bowman, Heathside Trading and more.

Ellie Griffiths from Sanbro, said: “When Sambro launched the trade event back in 2013, we wanted to create a one-stop shop for buyers at key purchasing times throughout the year as well as giving local and UK wholesalers a unique selling platform.

‘The event has grown so much that last year we created a whole new event space dedicated to the trade show and similar vents so visitors can enjoy all the facilities they would expect from a national event.”

As well as free WiFi, free parking and a reception service, headline sponsor Cardinal will provide complimentary food and refreshments for visitors to the show.

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