Stand space bookings for Dairy-Tech opened today (1 March) following its most popular event yet in February this year.
Existing exhibitors can rebook their stand space at a discounted rate until 2 May. Bookings for new customers, and existing exhibitors who would like to change stand locations, will open from 3 May and be applicable to an early bird discount. From 2 June a standard rate will be in operation with no discounts or reduced rates.
Dairy-Tech 2023 recorded its highest number of visitors since its launch in 2018 and had sold out of all stand space ahead of the event.
It remains the UK’s leading dairy show, with over 300 exhibitors showcasing the latest innovation and technology, with this year hosting 80 new product launches.
The venue at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, occupies over 6,000sqm allowing equipment big and small to be showcased. The accessibility of Stoneleigh Park from the north and south and abroad makes the event appealing to many.
Commenting on the launch of Dairy-Tech 2024, RABDF Managing Director Matt Knight said: “We are proud to provide an event platform that showcases the latest innovation in the dairy sector. With a variety of grants available for farmers to adopt some of these technologies, it’s the perfect event to demonstrate what’s on offer.
“Dairy-Tech also prides itself on being a hub where farmers can gather information on a variety of things they may need. This could be on business related matters, staff management, new entrant opportunities, market forecasts, nutrition, genetics and breeding, housing or new industry kit.”
Exhibitor testimonials named Dairy-Tech as “the premier UK B2B dairy event” stating it was an “invaluable opportunity to reach out, connect and support existing farmers and new entrants”.
Another exhibitor commented: “Show visitors were focused and serious about researching what was required to move their business forward with the event creating a platform to portray new innovations that would be otherwise difficult to do digitally.”
To enquire about stand space, go to dairy-tech.uk or contact Rosie Bradbury at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02476 217383. You can also get in touch if you want to be added to our mailing list to receive more information on the event.