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September's London Gift Fair cancelled

Decision taken to postpone the show until market conditions improve.
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Clarion Events has announced that it is postponing the London Gift Fair - which was due to run at Olympia in September.

London Gift Fair was launched in 2010 following extensive research with exhibitors and buyers, which identified a gap in the marketplace for a general giftware offering in London.

Given the current market conditions, however, Clarion felt that while there is an industry need for the fair, the right decision is to postpone the show until conditions improve.

However, September's planned Top Drawer event is set for its biggest show to date and will grow into the National Hall at Olympia. It will run from September 11th to 13th.

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