Naidex reports increase in show visitor numbers


Posted on May 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Organisers of Naidex & CareExpo 2005 say the event has been hailed as an overwhelming success by exhibitors and visitors alike. The national homecare show, now incorporating for the first time the national exhibition for intermediate and long-term care sectors, CareExpo, attracted 11,872 visitors (figure subject to audit) to the NEC from Tuesday and Thursday (May 24-26). They were made up of a cross-section of healthcare professionals, trade visitors, general public and those involved in various aspects of the care industry. Emma Yandell, head of rehab events for organisers Emap Healthcare, said it was very significant that a large number of people came for more than one day, although they were only recorded once in the figures. “The show has grown to such an extent that people now say they are struggling to do it justice with one visit,” said Ms Yandell. “The powerful message we¹ve had from both exhibitors and visitors is that Naidex is well and truly back. There was a significant increase in visitors and e





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