New event industry trade show coming to Bristol

MEET South West will be held at 'We The Curious' in central Bristol in January 2019.

A major new trade show for the South West’s events industry is to be held at ‘We The Curious’ in central Bristol on 30 January 2019. 

Called ‘MEET South West’, the event will provide a showcase for the South West’s thriving MICE industry, bringing together event buyers, planners, agencies, venues and suppliers from across the region.

Kathryn Davis, head of tourism, Destination Bristol says: "We are thrilled to welcome the first MEET South West event to Bristol. As the regional capital, and one of the UK’s most important business event destinations, it is an honour to be able to welcome a high calibre of buyers, suppliers and venues and work in partnership to deliver an outstanding programme." 

The show’s co-founder Franco de la Croix-Vaubois, said: "MEET South West has been organised in direct response to requests from many in the industry to showcase the breadth and energy of South West. Our show will provide a dedicated platform for venues, suppliers and event planners to make new business connections and produce even better events."

MEET South West will be supported by Destination Bristol, Visit Bath and VisitWiltshire, together with the wider business community from across the region.

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