Over 5,000 people to visit major trade show in Dublin this week

People from more than 20 countries will attend the trade show

Over 5,000 people to visit major trade show in Dublin this week

The National Craft and Design Fair| Image: RollingNews.ie

Over 5,000 people will visit a major trade show in Dublin this week for Ireland's International Creative Expo Showcase.

Visitors from more than 20 countries including the UK, USA, Canada, Germany and Japan will attend the trade show which starts today January 22nd. 

It's expected to generate 20m euro in sales - with hundreds of Irish designers, manufacturers and craftspeople launching their latest collections at the RDS.

Visitors to the show will get to explore the best of Ireland’s creativity from over 450 exhibitors including leading Irish designers and manufacturers and the very best emerging home grown creative talent.

There will also be a number of thought provoking workshops and presentations from Industry experts in the seminar area.

Design Ireland in the Main Hall offers unique and authentic products that are exclusively designed and made in Ireland. 

The Design & Crafts Council of Ireland with an independent retail and consumer panel selected each of the 91 participating companies from a large pool that represents the very best in design, quality and craftsmanship.

The expo will showcase craft and design under four different categories: Home & Gift, Design, Jewelry and Fashion. The International Creative Expo Showcase is on in the RDS from the 22nd-25th of January.