One of the biggest UK beauty shows, outside London, Professional Beauty North will roll into Manchester on 14 and 15 October, 2012 at Manchester Central. Since its inception in 1993, Professional Beauty North has grown organically from the little sister of the big London event into the place for beauty business professionals from all over the north of England, Scotland and North Wales to meet, see new and innovative launches and catch up with the biggest brands in the professional beauty industry.
Since the reacquistion of the brand by Mark Moloney’s Trade Exhibitions, changes to the Professional Beauty exhibition in the South are now being carried on to the Northern event, with the specific goal being to facilitate networking and business opportunities.
This year’s show will see a major presence by the biggest brand names associated with the professional beauty and spa industry. Professional Beauty North 2012 is bringing the very best skincare, spa, tanning, equipment and nailcare from the UK and Europe to the top professional beauty event in the North of England. Professional Beauty North is the Autumn launch pad for many brands including Nouveau Beauty, Leignton Denny, Urban Retreat @ Home and James Read’s new tanning range, LDN Skins.
The team behind the re-vamped Professional Beauty North is changing the emphasis all over the show. This year there will be major new features to benefit the serious senior buyer as well as a dedicated PR and advertising campaign across Europe and beyond to reach beauty professionals and buyers worldwide. Key seminar speakers will concentrate on business building in these difficult times, with a focus on business challenges particular to the industral heartland in North of the UK.
This year Professional Beauty North will be staging specific business skills seminars to help and support salon owners to really make the most of what the industry has to offer to help build up their businesses, from financial assistance to marketing ideas, attracting new clients and keeping existing ones.
Visit Manchester Central to find out more.