The decision to move the National Audio Show to Birmingham was the right one
Chester Group are dedicated to the well-being of the industries we represent, and the pleasure, opportunity and knowledge our shows bring to our many visitors; general public and industry members alike.
Following on from our announcement that the National Audio Show is relocating to Birmingham next year, we can confirm that Superfi will also become the shows RETAIL PARTNER
Along with Bristol, the National Audio Show is amongst the longest running shows of its kind in the UK: and having spent 7 years in London then 7 years in Northamptonshire it’s now ready for another advantageous relocation.
With offices now established in the UK, New York, Sydney and Canada with ambitions plans for more in 2015/16, we are doing our best to overcome the uncertain economy and develop our exclusive and highly popular shows worldwide.
Specialising in the field of High Performance Home Entertainment and Electronics Shows, all of which are public events, we are probably without equal and as a result constantly looking for new opportunities to organise major shows in these markets, particularly emerging markets.
Because of the strength of our brand and reputation we are always on the look-out for new partners to join the team, and help us develop new shows worldwide. At the end of the day Exhibitions and in particular specialised events such as we organise play an invaluable role in the worldwide industry.
Our reputation has been built on selecting the very best venues, maintaining our independence in the market-place, ensuring great value for money, creating strong partnerships with the Media and Exhibitors, and of course making sure our shows are a unique opportunity to see the very latest products, after all isn’t that what shows are all about?
The interest in High Performance Audio & AV, whether static or portable is strong throughout the world and we have an important role to play in that, not only by nurturing existing support but by creating new interest and brand new footfall to these very specialised events.
In a world where market share is often bought as distinct from being created, where more and more we become numbers not customers, and less and less we get the chance to see exclusive and unique brands on our High Streets isn't that just nice to know?