Attendance registrations are now open for one of Australia’s most popular beauty, health and well-being trade show’s.
Now in its eighth year, this year’s B2B expo will be more innovative than ever with more than 200 exhibitors showcasing the hottest products and trends.
With consumer health priorities, and demand for natural and organic products at an all-time high, the theme for this year’s show is ‘The Natural Step Ahead: Your Platform for Organic Growth’.
Beauty, personal care and health businesses will feature alongside food, beverages, home and lifestyle producers.
Additionally, there will also be two jam-packed days of presentations in the free speaker program.
More than 3,000 people attended the expo last year and even more are expected this year.
New this year is the inaugural Naturally Good Awards recognising the products and brands that are moving and shaking the industry.
The 10 awards up for grabs include Best Beauty & Cosmetics Product, as well as Best Food Product, Best Beverage Product, Best Home & Living Product and more.
Also new will be Australian Organic Alley – a dedicated area on the show floor that will showcase certified Australian Organic members in one place.
Sinead Kavanagh, Product Manager at Naturally Good, said there was “a renewed focus on natural health and organic products this year and the demand for those products are becoming more mainstream”.
“People are more aware than ever that they need to prioritise their health and hygiene and are grocery shopping with this in mind,” she said.
“Consumers are pro-actively seeking out products which are clearly labelled, are affordable, safe, sustainable and do the job well. Even brands that have not traditionally supplied those products are diversifying into the market.”
Ms Kavanagh said brands and visitors that were able to make it the show last year, reported that the experience had been invaluable.
“It helped build connections and grow businesses, and also gave people in the industry an opportunity to reconnect. The value of in-person connections is so important and I think after a year of isolation people really craved it.”
The Beauty and Living Zone will return showcasing what’s new in cosmetics, skin care, personal care as well as home and living products – one of the fastest growing areas within the natural and organic space. This zone will feature key brands including Helios Health & Beauty, Made by Fressko, Frank + Bare, Tri Nature and Love Beauty Foods.
This year the Australian Made pavilion will return as will the ever-popular Pitch Fest competition. All trade buyers can sit in on the industry’s most enthusiastic pitches alongside industry judges and hear from the masterminds behind emerging brands.
The Business Summit will also be held Friday, June 3 at ICC Sydney. Aimed at manufacturers and brands in the natural and organic space, topics will include Retail Strategy, Consumer Strategy, Sustainability Strategy and Export Strategy.
For more information visit: www.naturallygood.com.au