See the pioneers of retailing and enjoy the creative experience of London, the design capital...
Home to some of the world’s leading retailers…. Selfridges, Harrods, Liberty, Urban Outfitters, The Conran Shop and Paul Smith to name but a few, London is the hub of all things retail, a capital bursting with creativity and design.
With it’s beautiful black cabs and red double deckers, London is the hub of lovable British stereotypes. As well as being home to the Queen, the city boasts a number of grand symbols of Britain. When visiting Pulse and the capital, be sure to check out the majestic Houses of Parliament at Westminster, Shakespeare’s historic Globe Theatre, the contours of Tower Bridge above the Thames, the impressive art of the Tate Modern and London’s renowned Borough Market.
Whilst these sights are a must on any tourist’s itinerary it’s often the small things which really makes London great: a pint and a plate of fish and chips by the Thames or a night out in the very trendy Soho or Shoreditch.
As the only London show in the summer, Pulse provides a unique opportunity to discover the brightest, profit-making products from British and international companies that you wont find at any other show in London.
You will see over 100,000 new ideas to help you beat your competition, stand out from the high street and keep your customers interested as well as gain free, expert knowledge on how to run a successful online business and get the latest trends your customers desire.
Check out Pulse’s guide to London for everything you need to know about your trip to Pulse.
The organisers of Pulse regret that they are not able to send out letters of invitation for visitors from overseas in order to help them secure visas. If your business is relevant to Pulse you will be able to prove this to the British Embassy in your country by providing evidence of your employment and the nature of your employers business. Please DO NOT contact the organisers with regards to this, as all requests for letters of invitation will be denied.
London is served by five main airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton, Stansted and LondonCityAirport. All airports run bus services into central London (www.easybus.co.uk, www.nationalexpress.co.uk ) and are served by overground rail services and the underground (for Heathrow and London City only). We would like to make your journey to the show as easy as possible. Please see our Travel section for further information about how to get to Earls Court.
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Sundays at Spitalfields Market
Sift through the stalls of clothes and accessories from independent designers, find new and vintage homewares, vinyl, old turntables and a number of other hidden treasures.
Cruise the Thames
From the river, the skyline offers the classics: Houses of Parliament, St Paul's Cathedral, the Tower of London and Tower Bridge; and the modern masters: the London Eye, Tate Modern, the Millennium Bridge, City Hall and the 'Gherkin'
Lose time in Greenwich
Get intergalactic at the Royal Observatory, and spend time in the beautifully landscaped surroundings of the Royal Borough.
Sky high London Eye
You can see 25 miles in every direction from the top and the bird's-eye view from the world's tallest Ferris wheel makes London look like a miniature village.
Take in the Tate Modern
Have an extraordinary day and fall in love with art all over again at the world's most popular contemporary art gallery.