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Independent Hotel Show announce a 20% increase in exhibitors for 2015

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The Independent Hotel Show has announced a 20% increase in exhibitor bookings for 2015 compared with the same stage last year. The show, which takes place at Olympia West on 20-21 October, brings together a diverse selection of premium exhibitors from across the hotel supply chain. Now in its fourth year, the Independent Hotel Show has gone from strength to strength with visitor registration increasing by 25% compared with the previous year, reflecting the scope and quality of this year’s show.

The must-attend event for the luxury, boutique and independent hotel industry welcomes back an array of core exhibitors, with 60% of stands returning for 2015, including CP Hart, Agentia UK and Hypnos Beds. The show is also attracting a high calibre of new exhibitors such as And So To Bed, LSA International and Alpha Wellness Sensations, keen to take advantage of the one-stop show.

The notable increase in exhibitors and registration is testament to the thriving independent hotel sector and the show’s ability to appeal equally to exhibitors and hoteliers.

Commenting on the show’s successful trading position, Miranda Martin, Show Manager says: “The increase in both registrations and exhibitors is a reflection of the show’s growing appeal and its ability to provide a unique and effective platform to unite leading industry figures, suppliers and hoteliers. With just under three months to go, these numbers are very positive, not only for the show but for the industry as a whole. The show has a stellar reputation and we endeavour to continue its development and growth.“

Returning to Olympia West on 20-21 October, the Independent Hotel Show is the must-attend business event for the luxury and boutique hotel sector, promising two days packed full of inspirational speakers, industry insight and topical debate.

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