Back to The Source: Trade Event will run on 8-9 June 2021

The Source trade show has taken place in Westpoint, Exeter annually for more than 10 years, and will be one of the first trade shows for food and drink in 2021, when it takes place on the 8 – 9 June 2021.

Attracting buyers from retail, hospitality and catering, it showcases the best the South West region has to offer, from artisan food and drink to essential goods and services. To meet government rules for numbers allowed at such events, show organiser, Hale Events, is complementing the space in the hall with outside exhibiting space and features for the first time this year.

“We are delighted that government regulations will allow this trade show to happen. It will be our first for more than a year!” says Mike Anderson, MD of Hale Events.“In order to enable plenty of social distancing and comfort for our exhibitors and visitors, we are extending this popular trade show. Catering and Show Features will be outside in 2021, alongside brand-new outside area for exhibitors, which will extend the show and enable more people to take part, and to attend.

“We know that suppliers, as well as everyone involved in food retail and hospitality,are looking forward to getting back together to network and find out what is new after a year ofisolation. Source can help stimulate this sector, showcase innovation and provide a platform forproducers”.Outside space at the Source trade show will be provided for companies who have their ownfacilities, such as trailer, gazebos, or other structures, as well as for companies who need coveredspace provided.“

We look forward to welcoming the Source trade show back to Westpoint in June. We will be working in collaboration with Hale Events to deliver a safe show which meets with the prevailing government guidelines.” Richard Maunders, Westpoint CEO.

Visit The Source website for more information.

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