OT Show

21st - 22nd 
November 2018 
NEC Birmingham

Why Exhibit?

The Occupational Therapy Show, takes place at the NEC, Birmingham on the 21st & 22nd November 2018 and offers Occupational Therapists (OTs) a conference programme with over 80+ hours of CPD-accredited education content spread over two days. Packed with new ideas and inspiration. The Occupational Therapy Show places specially built conference theatres on the exhibition floor, putting your potential audience right in front of you. See some of the 2017 statistics immediately below. 

The Occupational Therapy Show will attracted 4,800+ OT professionals from across the UK in 2018, so exhibitors can meet face to face with their target audience who have the resource and authority to make decisions there and then: 

2017 by numbers
  • The most extensive delegate marketing campaign starts in April 2018 and is designed to attract over 4,800 delegates.
  • With over 270 exhibitors, all showcasing the latest innovations, technology and business services – it represents a high value day for delegates looking for new products or suppliers, special offers and hints and tips on how to run a more efficient department.
  • The entire Show is situated within one hall, so all delegates have a unique 50/50 split of exhibition time and conference sessions.
  • Delegates want to attend to help with their CPD requirements, as well learning from globally recognised professionals speaking at the event; giving them a great reason to attend.
  • The support of the UKs leading societies and associations, coupled with extensive media coverage means that all 37,000+ UK OT professionals get to know about the show in good time to ensure it's in their personal diary and on the department calendar. 
  • Situated at the NEC in Birmingham, the most accessible UK exhibition venue.
  • Find a UK distributor or agent.

If you want to know more about participating at The Occupational Therapy Show, please contact us on: Panayiota Sofokli 020 7348 4909 or alternatively you can email theotshow@closerstillmedia.com.



  • Joanne Fillingham

    Joanne Fillingham

    Clinical Director Allied Health Professions and Deputy Chief Allied Health Professions Officer, NHS Improvement
  • Amy Gilder

    Amy Gilder

    Neurological Specialist Occupational Therapist, Hobbs Rehabilitation
  • Michael Iwama

    Michael Iwama

    Professor & Chair, Occupational Therapy, Augusta University
  • Gillian Leng

    Gillian Leng

    Deputy Chief Executive, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
  • Diana Pierags

    Diana Pierags

    Highly Specialist Paediatric Occupational Therapist, Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust (London)
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