A world class event for the funeral industry
“Funerals are big business. In order to keep up to date with the latest trends and suppliers, all funeral directors visit the National Funeral Exhibition every two years”
The National Funeral Exhibition (NFE) is a respected global platform for the funeral profession and the largest trade show for the sector in the United Kingdom; showcasing the latest, innovative products, inspiring thought leadership and business networking opportunities to 3,000 funeral sector professionals.
One of the top three funeral trade shows in the world, the biennial NFE provides an opportunity for the industry to meet, innovate, buy, sell and see which direction the industry is heading in, in a vibrant and future-focused environment.
Wholly owned and organised by the National Association of Funeral Directors, the show works hard to ensure that exhibitors and visitors alike view the NFE as a sound investment in their time, essential to the future of their business – and a cracking day out. Free entry and a complimentary seminar programme adds value to the visit, packed with interesting and thought provoking education sessions.
Can you afford to miss it?
Having purchased AR Twigg & Son in 2012 we have exhibited at the NFE in 2013 and 2015. The NFE is a really great idea and allows both Suppliers and Customer’s to meet, compare and try out all of the products in one place. As a Manufacturer, it’s not easy to show the Customer all of our products under one roof and the concept of the NFE allows us to do this. We hope the Show continues to grow in popularity and we look forward to exhibiting at many more.Mark Abbot
The National Funeral Exhibition is a great platform to showcase our products as well as network with other suppliers across the industry. We feel it is the best UK based show servicing the Funeral Industry and over the number of years we have exhibited/attended the NFE we’ve always found the content, speaker profiles and calibre of delegates to be of a high quality. We look forward to taking part again in 2017.Nicolina Mackenzie