UK: Off-Price Show Taps Huge Clearance Market
The UK's first off-price show is aiming to be the platform from which thousands of lines of unbranded and branded clothing from leading wholesalers, importers and traders will be sold to the trade at significantly discounted prices. The Off-Price Show takes place in London's Olympia on 23-24 September 2001, and will focus on the whole clearance market - the disposal of end-of-lines and excess stocks and apparel surplus to requirements. It is expected to attract buyers from the world's major retailers, including independents, department stores, multiples, mail order and Internet shopping companies, hypermarket and supermarket chains, and dedicated European off-price retailers.
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