Naidex is Europe’s most exciting event dedicated to the disability, independent living and healthcare professional sectors. In the wake of the huge success of the most recent instalment of this esteemed and long-established event, Naidex will return for its 44th year to the Birmingham NEC on the 25th & 26th April 2018.
Since taking over this powerhouse event in mid-2016, PRYSM Media Group have injected diverse content, expert speakers and 20 years of experience in event organisation, and it hasn’t gone unnoticed. Attracting thousands of public, trade and healthcare professional visitors, Naidex has regained its momentum and is back on the map as the event for the disability sector. And it’s absolutely free to attend!
With an increased floor plan, and running alongside the Dementia Care and Nursing Home Expo, there is no limit to the reach of this incredible event. PRYSM Media Group will be resolutely nurturing and developing Naidex over the coming months, to ensure that old favourites such as the Mobility Test Track and Sport Demo Arena are refined and focused, and brand new, never before seen components will motivate and awe a cross section of forward thinking, international delegates.
Naidex will boast a comprehensive seminar schedule of the sectors most influential and thought-provoking speakers. Ranging from inspirational real-life stories and CPD accredited training, to insightful masterclasses for dynamic traders looking to thrive within the disability sector – there is something for everyone!
World class exhibitors will also fill the hall with live demonstrations and the very latest products, services and technology that is shaping the future of independent living. International organisations will share the floor with revolutionary start-ups, providing a varied and diverse outlook into one of the most progressive sectors in the world.
Naidex encourages and instils innovation, education and inspiration. By bringing together the entire industry under one roof over two days, Naidex is changing the perception of disabilities.
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