There are a number of agricultural exhibitions around the UK.
Choosing the right event to exhibit at is important in order to reach the right audience.
The UK is very much reliant on its agricultural industry and indeed a large portion of Britain is set asside to agriculture.
When considering marketing, we do advise talking to agencies that know about marketing for farms.
There are a wide number of events and exhibitions that are on throught 2011-12 that are related to the agricultural industry:
The New Forest (July in Brockenhurst)
Border Union (July in Kelso)
Bakewell Show 2011 (August in Bakewell)
Ayr Flower Show (August in Ayr)
Angelsey Country Show (August in Angelsey)
Ashover Agricultural Show (August in Derbyshire)
Shrewsbury Flower Show (August in Shrewsbury)
Pembrookshire County Show (August in Pembrookshire)
Southport Flower Show (August in Southport)
Edenbridge & Oxted Agricultural Show (August in Lingfield)
Suffolk Autumn Garden Show (September in Ipswich)
Chatswoth Country Fair (September in Bakewell)
Dorset Country (September in Dorset)
Dairy Event And Livestock (September in Birmingham)
Harrogate Autumn Flower (September in Harrogate)
Midland Game Fair (September in Shropshire)
Royal Country Of Berkshire Show (September in Thatcham)
Glee & Petindex 2011 (September in Birmingham)
South Of England Autumn Show and Game Fair (October in Ardingly)
Kent Angling Show 2011 (October in Maidenhead)
East Of England Show (October in Peterborough)
Creating Landscapes (October in Enfield)
Cropworld Congress (October in London)
Scotish Groundmanship Exhibition (November in Edinburgh)
The Autumn Kent Garden Show (November in Maidstone)
World Fruit And Vegtable Exbo (November in London)
Agriscot 2011 (November in Edinburgh)
Scotgrow (November in Broxburn)
Winter Stock Festival (December in Peterborough)
Royal Ulster Winter Fair (December in Belfast (Northern Ireland))
RHS Flower Show (January in Newark)
BTME Turf Management Exhibition (January in Harrogate)
RHS Flower Show (February in London)
The Edible Garden Show (March in Coventry)
There is a wide variety of agricultural exhibitions around the UK (mainly outside of the regular exhibition spots. Locations such as the NEC, Olympia and Earls Court) covering all areas of agriculture, livestock, gardening and crafts.
Choosing An Exhibition Stand Designer
If you are due to attend one of the agricultural shows above, then chances are you will need to talk to a exhibition stand designer.
Most of the shows above are fairly low key (as opposed to international events drawing hundreds of thousands of visitors, they are more regionalised and niche.
A basic pop up stand would probably be fine for such events, or even a modular stand if you wanted to stand out. If you want to talk to an events specialist that works in the agricultural sector, then complete the form opposite.
It is wise in today’s world of price comparison websites, shopping around is important. All marketing agencies set their own fees based on their profit margins.