The UK’s only furniture components show, Elements will be showcasing three interactive zones this October at the NEC, Birmingham.

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The brand new exhibition, which will be held from the 2nd – 5th October, will include over 50 of the leading material and component manufactures and suppliers and will offer visitors a unique opportunity to see the very last product launches first hand. Keen to find out more? Here’s what you can expect from the very first Elements show.

‘Elements of Innovation’ sponsored by Ney:

Elements of Innovation’ sponsored by Ney is a fantastic opportunity to see the latest products and design concepts to enter the industry. The dedicated area will be open throughout the event, offering visitors an opportunity to gain an insight into futuristic trends. Open to all exhibitors, a winning product will be judged in advance by a panel of industry experts.

The Best Practice Zone:

Working with The British Woodworking Federation, key associates will be able to offer you savvy business advice in the Best Practice Zone. From specialist recruitment agencies and apprenticeship leaders, to business finance gurus and marketing professions, experts will be on hand throughout the event to offer information and guidance designed for the industry.

The W Challenge:

Elements and its co-located woodworking exhibition, W16, has invited four talented apprenticeship finalists from around the country to take part in a four-day competition, which will see them create a unique piece of furniture. The competition will be live and the final will be judged live at the show. The W Challenge will be run by training experts Didac and supported by Felder and AMS machinery. The winner of the competition will be awarded with a prize at the end of the exhibition.

Registration for Elements and its co-located woodworking and materials exhibition, W16, has now opened. To register your attendance to gain free entry into both events please visit or follow @W_Exhibition and @Elements_Expo on Twitter for the latest news.