John Kelley has been in the textile industry for over 30 years representing Italian and Turkish textile mills on the UK market. In 2008 he started the first London Textile Fair with 26 mills in a small venue in London. The fair has since grown and is now one of the most important fairs in the world.
Fergus Kelley has been involved with the exhibitions since it first started in 2008, helping with organisation and setup. He now manages the administration and accounts of the company as well as helping oversea the exhibition setup and organisation.
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