Table event returns to Top Drawer

Table, the luxury tableware presentation for the global hospitality industry, is returning to London trade show Top Drawer in January.

Show organiser Clarion Events said: ‘Building on a successful launch in 2018, Table is moving into the Home hall of Top Drawer for 2019, bringing together specialist manufacturers and designers with buyers seeking the latest in luxury design-led tableware and related products for the hospitality industry.’

Exhibitors signed up to date include Alessi, Serax, Forma House, Caverswall, LSA International, Sango, Elia International, Studio William, Sue Pryke and new designer Zaim Design.

A new feature for 2019 will be the Hospitality Trail, which will guide buyers through a hospitality-focused edit of products and exhibitors at Top Drawer. The Trail will highlight hospitality-friendly products, from glassware, tableware and serveware to luxury leather aprons and interior accessories, from suppliers including Alessi, Chic F2D, LSA International, Sango, Stelton, Studio William, Seletti, Serax, Eva Solo, Peugeot, CrushGrind, Microplane International, Blomus, Burton McCall, Zaim Design, Sue Pryke, PR Home, Guzzini, Maria Portugal Terracotta and Elia.

Clarion Events development director Ian Rudge commented: “I’m delighted to see the return of Table at Top Drawer this January. With its prime new location in the Home hall, and the introduction of the Hospitality Trial, Table will provide key decision makers in the hospitality industry with the opportunity to engage with specialist manufacturers and brands, whilst also offering buyers the additional opportunity to source a wide range of all types of hospitality-friendly, design-led products from across the show”.

Held at Olympia London from January 13th to January 15, Top Drawer will showcase more than 1,500 design-led brands across the categories of Home, Gift, Fashion, Greetings & Stationery, Play, Spotted, Food Emporium and Wellbeing.

For more information, please visit www.tablelondon.com

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