Daniel Marsden, Head of Marketing & Operations, Booker Group
“We attend the show to meet as many customers as we can all in one place. It is vital for us to get feedback from our customers to find out what we are doping well and what we can improve upon. It’s the biggest show in the currently dedicated to the convenience sector and this is why we come back year on year!”


Rebecca Muller, Sales Manager, Blockhead Gum
“We have met a great quality of people at the show, the face to face interaction with customers and buyers is invaluable. It is also a great opportunity to build our B2B network, we have spoken to lots of people with great ideas”


Isobel Fixter, Head of Marketing, Payzone UK
“It’s so important for our business to exhibit at the National Convenience Show because there’s such a broad range of audience here, so not only have we met our current retailers, which has provided us with fantastic feedback to our current products and services, but also there’s a lot of prospect retailers, both their own independent stores and multiples.”


Lauren Hobin, Sales Ops Support, Mondelez

“The National Convenience Show is brilliant, because it’s not all about selling, selling, selling. So it’s more about giving people the opportunity to try your products, which I think’s brilliant. There’s lots of really big brands here as well, which is brilliant. . It’s a really relaxed show, but still has that level of professionalism about it as well. So it’s a great show to be at.”


James Chapman, Key Account Manager, Vype, British American Tobacco

“It’s a huge show. It’s very diverse in the things that are exhibited here compared to most trade shows that are quite focused with FMCG products. So in that sense it’s very interesting and it means you get a different range of, obviously, consumers and retailers here, because of the things on display.”


Jaz Dail, National Sales Manager, Htec
“We’ve been so happy with the footfall all day, we’ve had some huge networking leads, It’s the key show for us to attend”