Glasow's SEC is set to welcome new exhibitions that could see over 50,000 new visitors to the centre.

Events that will visit the campus include; In-drinks, National Apprenticeship Show, Lomond Foods and PERFORM, which have run in the past few months.

Events scheduled over the next 12 months include Go Green Scotland, Gun Dog Breeds Show, Proving Grounds and Horror Con. 

The SEC will also see the show Cat Extravaganza, which has racked up millions of views on TiokTok, visit Glasgow as part of the new exhibitions at the venue.

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The news shows that the venue is building on the trend of niche consumer events with health and fitness, sustainable lifestyle and fandom themes being extremely popular among visitors.

With Digital Expo, Professional Beauty and Aesthetic Medicine also coming to the SEC, there is an increasing number of organisers turning to the riverside venue to host events.

Dan Thurlow, director of Exhibitions at the SEC, said: “The volume of new events coming to the SEC is such a positive endorsement of the opportunity in Scotland.

"An increasing number of organisers are working with us to engage new audiences through a range of trade and consumer shows.

"Adding to the established portfolio, the event proposition in Glasgow gets stronger each year.”

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Darren Brechin, head of exhibitions at publishers National World, is bringing Go Green Scotland to the SEC for the first time in November 2023. He said:  “This is our first year running GoGreen Scotland,  the country’s only consumer sustainability show this November.

"The focus that the SEC puts on sustainability aligns completely with the ethos of the show and this made it a very easy choice for us when selecting a home for GoGreen."

All Energy ran for its ninth year at the SEC in 2023 welcoming record numbers. Jonathan Heastie, portfolio director for RX Global, organisers of All Energy, said: "As always, the SEC has been a great partner in helping us develop the event, and shares our ambition for continued growth.

"The venue’s location is a great advantage to us because it helps us attract an audience not just from across Scotland but increasingly overseas too.”