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Registration opens for Autumn Fair

Registration is now live for Autumn Fair from 1 – 4 September at NEC Birmingham.

Organisers have also announced that over 25% of the exhibitor line-up is new and over 30% are exclusive to the show.

Over 12,000 independent retailers and buyers from high street favourites including Tesco, John Lewis, Next, WHSmith, Amazon, Sainsbury’s, TJX, Hamleys, Cardzone, shop the show for an injection of seasonal newness during retail’s peak buying season.

With visitors from over 60 countries, 85% of which are actively looking to buy or source new products, Autumn Fair is the key show to meet buyers that buy at this time of year.

With 10 definitive product sectors including the latest gifts, greetings, stationery, candles, home décor and accessories, toys, and fashion, the September show will showcase a curated selection of the newest and best-selling products. The 2024 show will also see a greater focus on new and original products, local ‘Best of British’ suppliers and products, and sustainable suppliers.

The new collaboration with online marketplace Faire, will not only help hundreds of exhibiting brands take orders on its platform from retailers attending the show, retailers at Autumn Fair will also gain access to Faire’s extensive global network of brands, helping them to discover thousands more unique products and take advantage of a 50 percent discount for new retailers on their first order to help them easily shop at the show and beyond.

To discover why Autumn Fair is the largest trade event in retail’s peak season and explore the new brands, products, content and more that make this an unmissable show for retail buyers and independent businesses visit

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