Credence, the consultancy business set up by former BHETA sector director Andy Vaughan, is developing a new consumer-targeted environmental show, Ecoshow UK.
He is working alongside both the East of England Agricultural Society, the owners of the East of England show, and Eventis, which says Ecoshow provides an opportunity to meet thousands of customers, establish corporate environmental credentials and promote environmental products.
The show will run over the weekend of May 8 and 9 2010 at the Exec exhibition centre in Peterborough.
“We already have a number of exhibitors who are committed to Ecoshow UK,” said Vaughan. “I also know from personal experience that there are many housewares and DIY companies whose products will benefit from being shown at Ecoshow UK, and with stand costs for exhibitors starting at just £360 for the two days, it makes exhibiting very affordable.”