Homebuilding & Renovating Show sees ‘record’ year

Homebuilding & Renovating Show

The Homebuilding & Renovating Show experienced its “busiest year ever” in 2017, with a total of 102,000 visitors attending its shows across the year, marking a 9% year-on-year increase with more than 1,900 exhibitors taking part in the events.

Whether you’re mid-way through a project or don’t know where to start, the Homebuilding & Renovating Show is brimming with bright ideas. You can swap months of scouring the internet for face-to-face consultations, specialist Masterclasses and hundreds of products – all under one roof. This year the show held seven exhibitions across venues including Birmingham, London, Harrogate, Glasgow, Surrey, Somerset and Edinburgh, with the last show of the year taking place last week at the Bath & West Showground on the 17th and 18th November.

“This growth in visitor figures reinforces two key considerations,” said Nick Noble, commercial and events director at organiser Future Plc. “The first is the undiminished appetite from consumers who see their homes as their number one asset and so want them to reflect the very latest technologies and innovations available to the self-build and renovation sector.

“The second is that these events have a premium, highly targeted exhibitor database, offering access to products and services that are not available anywhere else. For people wishing to spend over £100,000 on materials alone this is critical, as The Homebuilding & Renovating Show provides the range and expertise required all under one roof to enable consumers to make informed buying decisions.”

Noble added: “Yet again we have attracted a strong, committed audience which positions The Homebuilding & Renovating Show as the clear market leader in its space.”

The next Homebuilding & Renovating Show is March 22-25th in the NEC Birmingham and the Kitchens Kitchens news team will be there and are looking forward to posting all of the this fantastic KBB news, new products and offerings this event has to offer.