Hosting more than 500 brands, including many newcomers who were not showing there when it was held at the beginning of September, the Outdoor Trade Show (OTS) is going to feature a new layout for its July 11-13 session at Stoneleigh Park, in Warwickshire. Meanwhile, the Outdoor Industries Association (OIA) of the U.K., which took a minority stake in the show last year, has extended from June 12 to June 28 the final deadline for applications for its UK Outdoor Industry Awards. The products will be displayed at the OTS and judged by a panel including Lee Bagnall, chief executive of JD Sports Fashion's outdoor division. The finalists will be announced during the OTS Party on July 12, and their products will be presented at the Telegraph Travel Show in London in February 2018. The winners will be announced at the annual OIA Conference in March.