Best of Britannia (BOB) London, the annual event that showcases British brands, is returning to the capital this autumn.
BOB is billed as ‘a celebration of all that is beautifully made in the UK’. From heritage products to new innovations, the exhibition is aimed at trade and consumer customers who care about quality, provenance and sustainability and want to purchase high quality products made in the UK.
BOB features British brands in ceramics, interiors, art, fashion, food & drink, jewellery, cycling and motoring.
The event will be held from October 12 to October 13 at The Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane. Visitors will be able to meet the makers face-to-face, hear their stories, watch products being honed and crafted, and browse and buy wares in the former Boiler House of the Brewery.
Since 2012, BOB has featured over 600 brands – the majority making their first foray into promotion via a trade/consumer show. It says ongoing relationships have also been secured with Marks & Spencer, John Lewis and other retailers.
British brands exhibiting at BOB, ambassadors, special guests and entertainment will be announced over the coming months.
At previous events, BOB has been championed by ambassadors including Deborah Meaden, Wayne Hemingway MBE, Patrick Grant and June Sarpong and visited by industry dignitaries including Mary Portas, Sir Harold Tillman and Lord Digby Jones.
For enquiries about exhibiting at Best of Britannia, London contact: Joe Pidgeon – firstname.lastname@example.org”