Independents invited to register for NHT Summit

Registration is now open for the Natural Health Trade Summit 2017 in what promises to be its biggest year to date.

The one-day trade event takes place at The Principal Hotel, formerly The Palace Hotel, in Manchester on October 22, and is held in association with the National Association of Health Stores (NAHS).

This year’s event, the third time it has taken place, will be bigger than before, with a newly expanded exhibition space upstairs to cater to demand. This will be in addition to the already established exhibition downstairs.

With more exhibitors than ever, across a range of sectors, including organic food and bodycare, the event will also once again play host to a selection of roundtable events, being held throughout the day on a range of topics.

Sales Director, Ruth Gilmour, commented: “We are proud that the NHT Summit has become an essential date in the industry’s calendar, being the UK’s only event dedicated entirely to the independent health food industry.

“Celebrating all that’s good about the industry, visitors can enjoy roundtable discussions tackling the hottest topics in retailing, over 100 exhibitors showcasing their new products and show-only discounts and plenty of opportunities to meet and network. We are excited to be able to grow the show this year, and we look forward to welcoming you all.”

And take it from retailer, Joanne Hill, from Amaranth, in Stockport, who visited last year and commented: “We are full of ideas after the Natural Health Trade Summit! It’s a lovely place to catch up with suppliers old and new.”

Registration is free at www.nhtsummit.co.uk and we are encouraging all readers of Organic & Natural Business to attend this important annual event. And for retailers looking to make a weekend of it, there are discounted hotel rates at all local hotels; visit www.reservation-highway.co.uk/nht17 to book. If you are planning to stay, we recommend booking your hotel as soon as possible as rooms are limited and sold on a first-come-first-served basis.

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