The Royal Highland Show is without a doubt one of the largest agricultural events in the UK, not to mention the largest outdoor event in all of Scotland. Every year thousands of exhibitors, their livestock, their produce and their potential customers make their way to The Royal Highland Centre in Ingliston in the second last week of June to showcase their wares. Now in its 176th year, The Royal Highland Show 2016 promises to put the very best of Scottish food, farming and rural life on display once more.
Meat and Greet
With nearly 2 000 exhibitors with over 5 000 livestock attracting up to 180 000 visitors to the show, The Royal Highland Show 2016 is pretty much the best place to make new connections, get down to business and impress customers and suppliers alike. It is the meeting ground for pedigree breeders and agricultural enthusiasts. Essentially, it is a real-life version of LinkedIn for the agricultural world.
Every year, The Royal Highland Show attracts a variety of VIP visitors … some more important than others. A gathering of the agricultural cream of the crop (literally), anyone who attends The Royal Highland Show 2016 is in for a treat. From showings, competitions and demonstrations, to shopping, activities and entertainment, there’s no end to what The Royal Highland show has in store. Which it is why it is probably a good thing the event is spread over four days as you are probably going to want to go back for more.
Booking Early Pays Off
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