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Inaugural bulk wine fair to dock in London

Published:  26 June, 2017

A new fair bulk wine fair is on its way to our shores and is due to cater to the needs of the growing bulk wine industry.

Harpers is backing the new International Bulk Wine & Spirits (IBWS) Show, which is coming to London for the first time on January 24 and 25, 2018.

Own label, private label and bottling at destination are all on the rise at the moment, as brand owners and importers look to bring creativity in-house.

It is this movement and the growing sophistication of label wine that is behind the show, which will present opportunities for bulk traders to unlock new revenue streams in the UK.

Having established itself in San Franscisco, the show is now branching out to the UK where it will offer supermarkets, retailers, restaurants, wineries, distilleries and other buyers a platform to source bulk wine and spirits and find private label manufacturers.

The IBWSS will also offer a series of programs featuring market studies and instructional seminars, as well as a business conference on the private label and bulk wine and spirit business.

The event is being held at The Royal Horticultural Halls in London, where international bulk suppliers from some of the world’s most important markets will have unprecedented access to the UK.

Harpers is a media partner for the event, which is owned ands run by the Beverage Trade Network (BTN).

The BTN’s strong partnerships with international and US organisations have helped it to establish IBWSS as a top sales and marketing event connecting the private label and bulk beverage industry.

The event will offer 70 spots, so space is limited.

Exhibitors are encouraged to reserve space early, before June 30 to save 30% on exhibitor rates.

You will also get a free two-day complimentary conference ticket with your exhibitor pack.

Register here to secure your spot.

Questions and enquiries can be emailed to nick@ibwsshowuk.com or call 0203 8580159.

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