Landlord & Letting Show- Visitors flock to revamped Autumn event

Landlord and Letting Show organisers are expecting a boom in visitors attending their forthcoming London event. The show organisers, AEP Media Ltd, report a 45 per cent increase in visitors booking free tickets to attend their September show based in the Barbican in the City of London.

The show has undergone a major revamp including new speakers and revised seminar schedule boasting a wider range of topics. Improvements also include a new website and extended 16 page show guide. The show guide will also be distributed to readers of Landlord and Buy to Let Magazine as a supplement, promoting the event to an extra 17,000 subscribers.

Oliver Romain, Managing Director of AEP Media, commented; “Visitors and exhibitors already love the Landlord and Letting Show, however, we wanted to make it even better and have been working with the main landlord associations and other industry experts, such as LandlordZone, to ensure to the show offers an unrivalled experience.

We are the longest established independent landlord exhibition, this is our 23rd event, and we want this show to be the best yet. We can now boast the largest landlord exhibition since 2008 and the largest expected attendance of landlords and letting professionals for some years”.

Visitors attend the show to gain advice on all aspects of letting through a comprehensive seminar programme and wide variety of expertise and product knowledge available in the event’s exhibition. This year’s event will include over 60 exhibitors and 35 free to attend seminars located in four seminar theatres at one of London’s iconic venues.

The Barbican is one of London’s most famous entertainment and event settings. Located in the heart of the City of London, it offers unrivalled access via public transport and road.

The Landlord and Letting Show is open from 4th-5th September 2012, tickets are free when booked in advance or £10 on the door.

To find out more or book free tickets visit Limited exhibition space is available contact 01625 511151.