Xcite Media Ltd has announced the return of the dedicated children’s exhibition, The Scottish Kids Show, to the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) in June.
Set across two days, June 27 and 28, The Scottish Kids Show will showcase everything from pre-natal products and services for mums and dads to be, as well as toys, gadgets, gift ideas and advice for children right through their development - from the young toddler, right up to 16 years old.
Confirmed exhibitors at the GE Oil & Gas Arena already include names such as Costco, Hobbycraft, Academy of Performing Arts, NHS Grampian, National Trust for Scotland, Sport Aberdeen, Outdoor Woodland Learning School and Creation Station.
Meanwhile, entertainment this year includes The Puppet Gang, the rock band for kids - Sharky Sharky, as well as twice daily fashion shows by Modelz UK.
Commenting on the show’s return, Darren Ross, director at Xcite Media said: “Having delivered a hugely successful event last year, we knew that we had tapped into something pretty special in the North East of Scotland.
“The support received was fantastic and so it is a natural reaction to go ahead and bring the Scottish Kids Show back to the AECC with a more diverse and exciting range of zones for our visitors to experience.
“These zones include retail, arts and crafts, health and wellbeing, adventure and play, and careers and education.
“Our exhibition is here to provide a full spectrum of exhibitors across the financial scale to give our visitors the best possible advice on products and services, as well as on achievable cost saving solutions.
“We have many more top names to add to the exhibition within the next few weeks and are excited for what is shaping up to be another great event,” he added.