|ACID (Anti Copying in Design) is a membership organisation, committed to raising awareness and encouraging respect for intellectual property within corporate social responsibility. We are your voice against design theft.|
|bira represents independent retailers, with dedicated specialist divisions operating in a range of areas including cookshop, housewares, hardware, DIY, home decor, fashion, furnishings, tools, garden, pet products, building supplies, outdoor power equipment and agricultural machinery.|
|For more than 130 years, DIY Week has been the DIY, hardware and garden centre industry’s main trade news source. It has spent most of those years solely as a magazine but in more recent time also has a website.|
|Gardenex is the UK Garden & Leisure Federation which helps create export trade opportunities through its services to British manufacturers and overseas buyers.|
|Greenfingers is a small charity which is dedicated to creating magical gardens for children’s hospices around the UK. Greenfingers was set up in 1999 and since then has created 39 special gardens. The benefits of these gardens are tremendous to children staying in hospices, and their families too.|
Garden News is a weekly gardening newspaper bringing gardeners everything they need to know in the garden each week.
The Garden Centre Association has its origins in the very roots of the garden centre movement, which surprisingly has only been in existence for 40 years. Today, the Garden Centre Association, with its dedicated head office team, represents over 200 garden centres.
|Garden Answers is a monthly glossy magazine packed full of practical advice, inspiration and hands-on help for gardeners.|
|Glee is the UK's most comprehensive trade show for the garden and leisure industries. It is where the industry's buyers and sellers meet to find the products and suppliers they need. Glee showcases the latest innovations, big brands and retail inspiration for seven core sectors. View here for details of the 2014 GIMA Business Village and here for details on this years GIMA Innovators Zone.|
|The Horticultural Trades Association (HTA) is the trade association for the UK horticultural industry. It is dedicated to helping develop the industry and its member businesses, including garden retailers, growers, landscapers, and suppliers and is also the home of its best known and widely used National Garden Gift Token.|
|The Leisure and Outdoor Furniture Association (LOFA) is a trade association representing the UK's garden furniture manufacturers and suppliers. These include suppliers of garden furniture and outdoor furniture, barbecues, garden benches, hammocks, parasols, garden lighting and outdoor play equipment and accessories.|
Spring Fair International is the place to meet the leading buyers from the world’s leading stores, independents and mail order retailers. Many of the thousands of visitors to Spring Fair won’t visit any other UK show, making it the must attend event for manufacturers and suppliers across every product area at the show.
|The Trade Association Forum aims to assist buyers, government departments, researchers, the public and other enquirers wishing to access information about UK trade associations and business sectors.|