Firstly, I would like to say a massive thank you to all the exhibitors, visitors and sponsors who made No-Dig Live such a tremendous success. It was fantastic to be back out on the exhibition floor and seeing people face to face. Particular thanks go to all the exhibitors who made so much effort with their stands and created such a vibrant and interactive
experience for our visitors. The exhibition space was 30% larger than the previous year and featured several first-time exhibitors including American giant The Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation. Additionally, the high level of rebooking we have already received means we look well placed to continue this growth at the next event.
It was gratifying to see the industry coming together again and the energy and enthusiasm was tangible and created such a vibrant and interactive experience for visitors. We have always been a show differentiated by its targeted and engaged audience, and it was gratifying to see the industry coming together again and the energy and enthusiasm was tangible and created such a vibrant and interactive experience for visitors. This was reflected in the show’s visitor attendance which was the highest ever recorded. Thank you to everyone who took the time to visit, it was great to hear such positive feedback in
relation to the number of visitors and but perhaps even more importantly, the quality of visitors.
The visitor quality was born out by the number of deals which were agreed at the event itself. One exhibitor, CJ Kelly International, managed to sell a unit on every day of the show including the build-up on Monday – 4 sales at a 3-day show is pretty good going by anyone’s standards! Congratulations also to MTS Suction Systems UK Ltd and Force One Limited on signing a multimillion pound deal on the opening day!
“The most successful show I have exhibited at in over 30 years. This is an exhibition that
heads straight out to the industry, it’s got the audience that you want.” Russell Fairhurst, Director, MTS Suction Systems UK Ltd
Success was not limited to the exhibition floor. The brand new conference programme was very well received and provided a great platform for sharing experience and innovation to an international audience. Consummately hosted by the Reverend Richard Coles, the
UKSTT Awards Gala Dinner also went off with a bang with the sellout audience treated to a show by The Red Hot Chilli Pipers – bagpipes like you have never heard them before.
I would like to finish how I started by thanking everyone for contributing to a such a fantastic event. We will be back in touch soon with news on dates for the next show.