Ivyline to make GLAS debut

Market-leading home and garden supplier, Ivyline, will make its debut at the GLAS (Garden Landscape and Amenity Sportsturf) trade exhibition at the National Basketball Arena, Dublin, on 18th July. This first-time showcase at such an important exhibition will help grow Ivyline’s profile in Ireland, which has a thriving horticultural sector with a very positive outlook for 2024 and beyond.

Ivyline will present its core indoor and outdoor collections at the one-day event, with a raft of fantastic show offers that include 21% off orders over €1,000 and 17% off orders over €750 to support retail customers and incentivise buying.

Visitors can look forward to seeing Ivyline’s stunning Spring/Summer offering which includes a range of trend-led and carefully crafted collections including ‘Country’, ‘Nature’s Stories’, ‘Curiosity’, ‘Purity’ and ‘Japandi’ to name but a few. From terracotta, glazed, glass and ceramics, each collection has been designed to complement both traditional and contemporary interiors.

Ivyline’s forward-thinking expertise in the realm of design trends and consumer lifestyle shifts will provide invaluable insight to buyers who are keen to stay ahead of the curve and meet the opportunities and challenges of high street retailing.

Ivyline Business Development Manager and Irish representative, Delywn Cook, said:: “Ireland is one of our most important international markets and GLAS is a key event where we’ll be delighted to welcome garden centres, DIY stores and other retailers to our stand. We’ve got some excellent show offers that will greatly benefit those who place orders at GLAS and can’t wait to show visitors how we can enhance, grow and support their home, gift and garden offering.

A crucial part of the Ivyline mix is unrivalled expertise in merchandising, with a host of premium quality display units, modular wall stands, bespoke POS and shelving to suit any sort of retail space. Ivyline’s dedicated merchandising team can help garden centres and other stores with both the initial set up and ongoing stock refreshments, whilst small minimum order requirements help smaller retailers to place orders according to their need, without having to keep large volumes of stock on site. Swift delivery lead times enable shops to order with confidence, as and when required.

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