Summer show season is the perfect airing for office cobwebs and for catching up and sharing highs and lows of the year so far, but as a business owner, they are not to be approached lightly. Shows are extremely important platforms, responsible for much of the coming year’s successful trading. They provide a sympathetic atmosphere and relevant all-in-one shop window to those trying or selling new products, discovering or promoting new concepts, and spotting or setting the latest trends.
|2nd to 3rd||Perth Show|
|4th to 5th||Turriff Show|
|7th||Arran Show & Wigtown Show|
|8th||Dounby Show, Salen Show, Islay Show & Grantown Show|
|9th to 10th||Aberfeldy Show|
|10th||Brodick Highland Games, Kinross Show, Sunart Show, Mid Argyll Show & Orkney Show.|
|24th||Strathardle Highland Gathering|
|29th to 31st||Cowal Gathering|
|31st||Holm Show & Moffat Show|
For a few tips on making the most of your day – whether buying, selling, browsing or socialising – take a look at this blog post by Kate Duncan, Scene & Herd Consultant and Event Management Specialist: Making the most of agricultural show season.
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