Best Of Brittain, THE FARMILOE BUILDING - CLERKENWELL - LONDON
3/4/5 OCTOBER 2013 - THE FARMILOE BUILDING - CLERKENWELL - LONDON
Exhibitors for 2013 include:
AGE OF REASON | ALEXA DE CASTILHO | ARCHIE FOAL | AYTEN GASSON |BANTAM KNITS | BORN+BRED | CAROLINE GROVES | CARTER & SYKES| CHAPMAN BAGS | CHEANEY | CLARICE PRICE THOMAS | COMINS TEA HOUSE | DAVID ADAMS | DAWSON DENIM | DHU PERFORMANCE | FAN OPTICS | FELLOW | GINETTA | G PLAN VINTAGE | HAVE A GANDER |HAWICK | HELEN GORDON | HETTY ROSE | HOSE TIGHTS| HUMPTIES | JEFFERY WEST | HOXLEY | JESSICA DE LOTZ | JOANNA CORNEY | JOJO HATS | LANE | LANDER & MAY | LASLETT & STOCKER| LINEN LAWN | LIZZIE LOCK | MICHAUX CLUB | MIRRI DAMER | MOMOCREATURA | MORGAN MOTOR COMPANY | MYIA BONNER | NEWBERY COLLECTION | NEWBERY CRICKET | NPS | PENROSE PRODUCTS | RICHARDS ENGLAND | ROMNEY MARSH WOOLS | ROS MILLAR | SARA C | SARA BROWN GLASS | SILVER TREE CRYSTAL | SOLIDWOOL | SUSANNAH HALL TAILORS | TAISIR GIBREEL |THE ROSE | TILLY’S WHIM | TINA LODER | VICKERS BICYCLE COMPANY |WALSH TRAINERS | WALTER WRIGHT HATS | WHITE DOVE & WONDER |WOLFRAM LOHR
BOB Exhibitors will:
Meet thousands of key decision makers and buyers from the best stores both multiple and independent who are looking for new and inspiring British products and services to improve their offering.
Network and develop viable and rewarding partnerships and collaborations.
Showcase their products and services with in an engaging British backdrop.
VisaiGet their company name seen at the event and establish its Britishness.
Benefit from a cross-sector marketing campaign with the underlining offer of British present and future.
Network with key players from all sections of British industry from across the UK.
Full company listing, hyperlink and link on the BOB website.
Inclusion within the BOB event guide.
BOB: exhibitors will be coming from:
Only companies that support UK manufacturing will be selected to show at this event and ALL products shown will have been made in Britain. Exhibitors will range from the long-established heritage brands, to more recent start-ups; all of them will have one thing in common – they believe in supporting the manufacturing skills that still exist in the UK.