Managing Director of LondonEdge, Carole Hunter, is thrilled to be returning to the BDC:
"It is an absolute pleasure to be returning to the Business Design Centre and to North London. Built in 1862 the building combines historic grandeur, a beautifully bright atmosphere and practicality. The location could not be better; there are plenty of underground and mainline stations around, it’s so easy to find. Just walk 5 minutes and you’ll find an array of cafes and restaurants offering cuisine to satisfy any cravings. The BDC offers LondonEdge, its buyers and exhibitors a beautiful, sociable environment in which to do business”.
Designed by Joseph Paxton for the Great Exhibition in 1851, the Business Design Centre boasts a beautiful glass ceiling which, complimentary to any exhibition, will allow plenty of natural light into the venue. The multi-levelled space creates the perfect backdrop to show allowing the 150+ collections exhibited to be seen by 1,000s of visitors from all over the world.
With 94% of the floor space already allocated, this coming show is set to deliver an exciting dynamic to the fashion trade show scene making LondonEdge September an un-missable date in the diary for those at the forefront of fashion buying.
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