The Professional Clothing Show, a tradeshow devoted to to the manufacture and supply of professional clothing including corporate wear and durable work wear, is set to return to Birmingham NEC this April.
The event was previously held at Silverstone and the Ricoh Arena.
Organisers are expecting up to 3,000 visitors to the show, which will take place on 1-2 April.
The event will include ‘Pro Show Live’, a live fashion show with models walking the catwalk wearing the London 2012 Game Makers’ uniforms.
The Professional Clothing Awards, which celebrate achievement in the work wear, corporate wear and PPE industry, will take place during the show and will be hosted by Ruth Morris, uniform manager for the Rugby World Cup 2015 and manager of the uniform programme for the hugely successful 2012 London Olympics.
Professional Clothing Show managing director Yvette Ashby said: “It’s wonderful to be returning to the NEC. The facilities are world class and feedback from visitors and exhibitors at our previous events indicates that 2014 is going to be the best event yet, attracting even more visitors and exhibitors from the UK and overseas.”