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Ireland's International Creative Expo to open Sunday 21st January

Written by Robert McHugh, on 12th Jan 2018. Posted in Ireland

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One of Ireland’s largest international trade shows, Showcase, will be returning to the RDS, Dublin from Sunday, 21st to Wednesday, 24th January 2018.
  
The fair enables 450 of Ireland’s top designers and manufacturers to present their very latest work to over 5,000 retail buyers from Ireland and 20 countries, including the UK, USA, Mainland Europe and the Far East.

Showcase has enjoyed very strong growth over the past two years, with estimated sales orders generated at the show growing from €18.4 million to over €21.2 million at last year’s show, equating to an annual market value of €140.4 million.
  
At the heart of Showcase 2018, Design Ireland will feature 80 leading contemporary Irish brands chosen by an independent jury for their creativity, innovation and craftsmanship. All the products in this dedicated area of the Main Hall have been designed and made in Ireland.

Speaking this week, Chief Executive of the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland, Karen Hennessy said, "Inspiring and supporting client companies to scale and successfully compete both at home and abroad is central to our strategy in growing the international reputation and commercial potential of Irish design and craft. The interest from specialised trade buyers across the world in Showcase each year is a testament to the unique offering of Ireland’s vibrant design and craft sector."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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