EyeSpace is a relatively new to the eyewear industry but the founders are certainly not short of experience within the optical industry. They do a wide range of cool frames for children, teenagers and for the more mature ladies who enjoy stylish specs so yes, their portfolio of eyewear do spread to a wide audience. My favourite within their eyewear brands is definitely Rock Star, a really cool America influenced street style brand for kids. If my daughter needs glasses in the future. I will certainly take a look.
For Optrafair 2017, they will be exhibiting and showcasing a lot of new styles to ensure opticians will be stocking the latest on-trend eyewear ready for the summer. It is a must visit stand during the show. Go and see them on stand F40.
Julie Abel co-founder and managing director of Eyespace had a quick chat with the Optrafair team and below is a snippet of the interview just to give you a teaser of what to expect from EyeSpace.
Optrafair caught up with Co-founder and Managing Director, Julie Abel to see what we can expect from Eyespace at this year’s show
Q: There are many exhibitions around the world but what attracts you to exhibit at Optrafair?
Aside from the fact that Optrafair is an industry icon, its central location and international reputation make it a vitally important event in our calendar. For our product and marketing teams, Optrafair provides a key occasion with which to plan around, bringing to market the newest technologies and on-trend styling alongside merchandising tools that will refresh practices ahead of the summer. More importantly though, Optrafair has always been a great social event for our team; having those few days to enjoy time with customers from around the globe while making new industry relationships is invaluable to us.
Click on this link for the full interview.