We Are Going To Naidex

Jul 03, 2020

Naidex is Europe's most established trade event, which is open to both professionals and the public! The event is dedicated to the care, rehabilitation, and lifestyle of people with a disability or impairment. With over 350 exhibitors, live demos, 1-2-1 advice, CPD accredited seminars and unparalleled networking opportunities, Naidex is a hub of innovation in the disability community, bringing the entire industry together under one roof for two unforgettable days.

Not only are we excited to be exhibiting for the second time, but we are also running an exclusive Treasure Hunt at during the event that involves working with 16 trusted exhibitors to ensure attendees have a chance to discover and visit stands they otherwise might not have known about. You will have to wait until nearer the time to learn how you can take part, but for now, you can learn more about the products and service offered by our participating partners!

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Naidex is completely free to attend and welcomes groups, families, colleagues, and friends. If you are looking to further your knowledge of disability and the wider sector, buy the most innovative products available in the global market, and network with thousands of like-minded individuals, register now for your free ticket by clicking HERE. The event is taking place in Hall 6 and 7 at the NEC, Birmingham. The show is open from 10 am to 4 pm on Tuesday the 9th and Wednesday the 10th of March 2021 - you will find us on stand N711! We are so excited about this opportunity and look forward to meeting so many new people! We hope this event will help our company to grow, so we can continue to further develop our website and community!

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR...

Lauren Matthewson

Hi, I'm Lauren and I have been living with a collection of disabilities for the past 8 years. I initially had a passion for teaching children with special needs, but my health prevented me from pursuring my dream career. Despite this, I now love nothing more than sharing my experiences to help other people living with disabilities.

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