The Golf Trade Show has unveiled new modern branding, underlining its status as Europe’s biggest golf retail and education event, ahead of its sixth edition, to be staged at the Harrogate International Centre (HIC) on October 6-8 October, 2015.
Featuring two intersecting speech bubbles, the new logo design emphasises the opportunity for networking, learning and discussions at The Golf Trade Show between PGA professionals, their peers, industry leading suppliers and high profile guest speakers.
The fresh new branding also incorporates the word ‘trade’, highlighting that the three-day event is an ideal place for golf retailers to do business with more than 50 brands exhibiting their full ranges of equipment, apparel and services.
John Davis, Golf Trade Show event manager, said: “We have committed to the bold new look to help communicate the benefits of the show to both PGA professionals, who will be able to register for the event from early May, and the wider golf industry.
“We are committed to delivering the biggest and best golf industry event in Europe, providing even greater value to delegates and exhibitors, who show their support year after year and I’m pleased to confirm that we have already secured new and exciting speakers for this year’s Teaching and Coaching Conference, who will be announced soon.”
The Golf Trade Show 2015 will, once again, combine an exhibition of the latest products and services from industry leading suppliers with an extensive education programme featuring seminars on a variety of topics aimed at helping delegates enhance every aspect of their businesses.
The popular Teaching and Coaching Conference, which has included headline guest speakers including Dave Pelz, Pete Cowen and David Leadbetter, also returns as the event’s high-profile finale offering PGA members the opportunity to learn more about the business of teaching and coaching golf.
The Golf Trade Show 2015 www.golftradeshow.co.uk
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