Cranmore Park Celebrates Return of Live Events
04 | 05 JULY
INDX KIDSWEAR SHOW
INDX Kidswear recently returned to Cranmore Park for its first in-person trade-show since February 2020. Taking place in theÂ Platinum SuiteÂ showroom, the 2 day event was planned to meetÂ the guidelines in force on 17Â May therefore there were a number of restrictions and measures in place to ensureÂ theÂ well-being of all event staff, visitors and exhibitors.
Jane Bartlett,Â Head of Events at Cranmore ParkÂ praises the collaborative team effort that resulted in a safe and successful show:
"Amidst the challenges of holding a live event during Covid restricted times, we worked in partnership with the INDX Kidswear team to helpÂ plan and deliver an exciting show. Safety remains ourÂ priority and a key part of this year's planning has been supporting regular communication betweenÂ the show's organisers and their customers,Â reassuring them ofÂ theÂ precautionary measures in place and updating them on what to expect at the venue"
12 | 13 JULYÂ
INDX HOUSEWARES SHOW
The first trade show from the INDX Home groupÂ welcomedÂ trade suppliers and buyers for a 2 day showcase of the latest product innovations from the homewares sector.
"I would like to personally thankÂ all the staff at Cranmore Park for their support in making this event a huge success"
- Rachel Breen,Â INDX HomeÂ Organiser
22 | 23 JUNEÂ
AIS BED & SOFA BED SHOW
TheÂ AIS Bed & Sofa Bed ShowÂ welcomedÂ retailers and trade suppliersÂ for a two day buying event taking place across our ground floor andÂ first floor showrooms.
"We have received amazing feedback from our visitors and exhibitors, all of whom felt safe and relaxed during theirÂ time at the show"
- Julian Cox, Director of Furniture atÂ AIS
"It was hugely important for us to get back to hosting in-person business events as soon as was safely possible and having confidentlyÂ delivered 3 large scale shows we are now looking forward to resuming a full calendar ofÂ events, meetings and conferences".
-Â Jane Bartlett,Â Head of Events at Cranmore Park