UK’s Executive Hire Show almost sold out

The Executive Hire Show in 2023 Photo: Executive Hire Show

The 2024 edition of UK exhibition the Executive Hire Show (EHS) is almost sold out, with 96% of stands now occupied. 

Due to take place on the 14 and 15 February 2024 at the Coventry Building Society Arena in Coventry, just six stands remain available.

Exhibitors to confirm their attendance so far include Yanmar, Wirtgen, Toro, Niftylift, Point of Rental Software and Husqvarna UK. Meanwhile, EHS has confirmed that of the stands to be sold, 24 have been taken by first-time exhibitors. 

Organisers also announced that EHS 2024, the 17th installment since launching in 2007, will see the return of the Innovation Trail, where exhibitors will be interviewed on stands to discuss topics such as sustainability and new technology. 

Elsewhere, two ‘Road Show’ events are set to take place in Glasgow and Newport prior to the main show.

Scheduled for October and November respectively, EHS said the events will provide a “relaxed and friendly” environment to network with hire colleagues.

Chris Moore, publishing and events director, EHS, said, “Working together made the 2023 show brilliant, and we’re aiming to do it again.

“2023 was a record-breaking year with the show witnessing an overwhelming attendance of over 2000 hire professionals, a testament to the resilience of the compact plant hire and equipment industry even amidst economic challenges.

“The 2023 show set a benchmark, with collaboration at its heart. We anticipate an even bigger and better event in 2024.”

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