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Naidex 2019

Posted in General News on Friday, March 1st, 2019

Naidex is the most established event in Europe dedicated to empowering disabled people and bringing you the future of independent living. This year’s edition promises to be even more special as the show will be celebrating its 45th anniversary! On the 26th & 27th March, find over 350 exhibitors showcasing the ground breaking innovations of today and tomorrow, as well as 250 expert-led seminars held by the likes of Airbnb, Scope, Microsoft, the Disabled Living Foundation and even the incredible Warwick Davis. At this year’s event visitors can also take part in industry altering panel debates covering topics such as employability, inclusive fashion, disability sports and mobility amongst others. You can also get involved in interactive features like the Live Sports Arena and the Mobility Test Track, where you’ll be able to try mobility products to find your perfect mobility match.

There are so many reasons to be excited about the upcoming Naidex, but none more than the gathering of the disability world and the advancement of independent living. So join us as we make our way to Birmingham’s NEC for what is set to be the best Naidex to-date!

Grab your free tickets now, and we’ll see you there!

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Leslie Simmons

Friday, March, 1st, 2019

I have not been to a Naidex event for many years, purely because it is always so far away from the south of England. Just wondering why this is so.