CALL US: 01733 511030 MON - FRI 8:30AM - 5:30PM
Your Shopping Basket
Your shopping cart is empty
Start Shopping
PRICE MATCH PROMISE
Found it Cheaper? We'll Beat it!
Next Day Uk Delivery
On Selected Display Products
Instant Credit
Government, Schools, NHS
In-House Design & Print
Made & Printed in The UK
Quality Guaranteed
Industry Leading Warranties
Upload Artwork
Free Artwork Checks & Preflight

Scottish Skipper Expo

14/05/2021 - 15/05/2021  Manchester Central  Visit Website

NEW DATE: Following consultation with exhibitors and visitors, Mara Media, the organisers of Scottish Skipper Expo (13 and 14 November 2020) have decided not to stage the event this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and has rolled the show forward to now take place in Aberdeen on May 14th and 15th 2021.

Scottish Skipper Expo is Scotland’s flagship fisheries show and attracts huge numbers of exhibitors and visitors worldwide.

Founded by Mara Media, a publishing and event management company based in Co. Donegal, Ireland, they also bring to the industry Irish Skipper Expo & The Skipper monthly magazine.

The 2019 event held at AECC saw approx. 230 exhibitors from 22 different countries. The success of the show can be attributed to the fact that the expo is a great place to do business, as well as being the ideal venue located in the North East of Scotland, for the fishing industry to network and socialise.

Find Your Exhibition Stand Solution

Situated in the heart of the city, Manchester Central is an award-winning event and exhibition venue renowned for its vaulted arches and station clock. 

The 130-year-old venue has been kitted out with state-of-the-art facilities and technology; allowing the venue to play host to some of the world's biggest corporate events and B2B exhibitions. 

Manchester Central boasts a purpose-built 804-seat Exchange Auditorium; an 1800m² exhibition hall, a conference / 1200-capacity dining space Exchange Hall; the 10,000m² column-free and divisible Central Hall, and a range of smaller conference and meeting rooms.

Located in the centre of one of the most diverse cities in the UK, Manchester Central is surrounded by a number of restaurants and hotels and is just a 20-minute walk from Piccadilly Station.

Adam Reid at The French blends old and new dishes together to create a truly unique dining experience. This historic restaurant has a complete menu offering modern British food with consistently stellar flavours.

This contemporary café is located in the newly refurbished Central Library on St Peter’s Square and serves a wide variety of sandwiches, snacks and sweet treats.

Gio Restaurant is located just 2 minutes away from Manchester Central and offers everything from fresh plates of pasta and pizzas to fillets of beef, veal, poultry & fish.

Quirky, imaginative dishes inspired by the story of Mr Cooper himself, Mr Cooper's uses home-grown, seasonal favourites in their international marketplace dishes. 

Don Giovanni is the oldest independently-owned Italian restaurant in Manchester. Established in 1984, this award-winning eatery served high quality, authentic Italian dishes made using the freshest ingredients.


The Midland is a beautiful Grade II listed Hotel situated opposite Manchester Central with 312 rooms and two dining options: Adam Reid at The French and Mr Coopers House & Garden. 

Located a 2 minute walk from Manchester Central, INNSiDE Manchester is an urban lifestyle hotel in the heart of the city,.

With a collection of luxurious hotels and restaurants, Edwardian's individual style and design encapsulate Radisson Blu's position in the most desirable location in Manchester.

Directly opposite Manchester Central, the hotel offers 265 modern bedrooms, along with all-day dining in Oddsocks Bar & Kitchen.

The award-winning Princess-St Hotel offers 4 star accommodation in the heart of Manchester City Centre. Just a short walk from Manchester Central, the hotel provides the ideal base.

 

Exhibition Stands Ideal For Scottish Skipper Expo