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Centaur adds new Home Improvement Show edition at The NEC
posted on: 24/4/2013 10:15:17
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Centaur Media will co-locate a new Midlands edition of its Home Improvement Show with its National Homebuilding and Renovating Show at The NEC from next year.

The event will take place on 27-30 March 2014.

Centaur has five Homebuilding and Renovating Shows across Britain, which take place from March through to the end of November each year.

While its National Home Improvement Show in London will this year celebrate its fifth year from 27 to 29 September at Olympia.

“Our audience are all knowledge hungry, serious home improvers and self-builders, and the shows’ recent audience figures prove there is the demand for us to take The Home Improvement Show to a new audience in 2014,” said Centaur Special Interest Exhibitions MD Nick Noble.

“The majority of our audience are ABC1 with large disposable incomes, who want to improve or build their own homes. Having both the Home Improvement and Homebuilding show under the one roof at The NEC in March over the same weekend enables us to deliver two comprehensive shows to a project driven audience.”
 
Centaur has agreed a partnership with Anglian Home Improvements across its home interest portfolio.
 
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