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Posted on: 09 Jan 2017


designjunction is a platform for cutting-edge brands to do business with an audience of 27,000 design professionals and consumers, who attend to buy new productions, meet new brands and discover new trends.

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The show takes place during the annual London Design Festival and features more than 200 leading global design brands across dedicated trade and retail areas.

Applications for trade stands, pop-up shops and feature areas are now open.

*Meet a targeted audience of architects, interior designers, retailers, specifiers, press and design savvy public

*Benefit from a highly publicised PR and marketing campaign – 93 media and affiliate partnerships with a combined reach of 16,000,000 readers

*Get additional promotion in the designjunction newsletters sent to an industry database of 120,000+ unique subscribers

*Increase your social media reach with news stories syndicated through the designjunction platforms: Instagram: 100k+ followers, Twitter: 45k+ followers, Facebook: 14k+ likes.

For more information about exhibiting please contact Zoe Simpson, sales manager

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Critically acclaimed international design show designjunction has announced its relocation to an exciting new long-term home in King’s Cross, one of most exciting urban redevelopments in the UK.

With the support of the King’s Cross development partnership, designjunction will take over the area for its flagship show during London Design Festival. The 67- acre King’s Cross site has a rich history and a unique appeal. This former industrial heartland is being transformed into one of the capital’s most exciting destinations, with the redevelopment of the area creating 1,900 new homes, 20 new streets, 10 new public parks and squares and 3 million square feet of commercial office space as well as cultural attractions.

The theme of the 2016 designjunction show will be ‘Immersed in Design’, with the move to the larger King’s Cross site marking the next chapter for designjunction and the creation of the King’s Cross Creative Quarter at this year’s Festival.