4 Master Classes – limited to 10 people per class, these will be longform, concentrated education courses running for 2.5 hours. Practical and hands on, Master Classes will be hosted by an expert consultant in the chosen field.
12 Business Classes – Business Classes will take the form of shorter educational lecture sessions conducted by a single instructor. Running for 1 hour, the Business Classes will also feature interactive Q&A sessions for attendees.
3 Keynote Sessions – Keynote Sessions will include a State of the Industry Panel Address, as well as 2 keynote speeches (one on each morning) from business leaders and entrepreneurs in the crafting industry.
Main Stage Content – Main Stage Content picks up the format from last year’s Sofa Talks, inviting small and large businesses to host informative sessions to discuss current and emerging issues and points of interest within the industry.
Side Events + Networking Opportunities – As with last year, this year’s show will feature several areas on the floor for networking opportunities and structured events, including demonstration zones.