Since The Occupational Therapy Show was launched in 2013, the show floor has more than doubled to accommodate over 200 suppliers to the profession. Types of exhibitors include, but are not limited to:
  • Mobility & transport
  • Daily living aids
  • Access equipment
  • Adaption
  • Bathing & showering
  • Children equipment
  • Furniture
  • Communication & telecare
  • Leisure & sports
  • Charities & advice
  • Recruitment companies
  • Equipment suppliers
  • Care providers
  • Training providers
  • Lifting aid suppliers

Advice on how best to use your space

You may have a product to showcase, a service that will help departments save time and money, or maybe key opinion leaders who can share both clinical and managerial knowledge from your stand. Ask us for the best advice on how best to use your space to get the most and best engagement – whether to deliver demonstrations, CPD sessions, advice clinics or host 1-2-1 meetings. We can help you prepare and get the most out of your investment. 

Kim Parry, Marketing Coordinator, Smirthwaite

We’ve seen more footfall this year, and more people coming onto our stand. We’ve gone for a larger stand this year, so we’ve been able to display a bigger variety of our gear. We’re pleased with the position and it was exciting seeing the stand come together.

We’re seeing a lot of our OTs, new OTs coming into the industry trying to gather information so it’s nice to see them coming over and asking the right questions. 

My favourite things is to see everyone in one place and having the chance to show our whole range.

We’ve pre-booked already for next year!

Libby Strutt, PR Executive, Stannah

We had a really good influx of visitors to the stand following our workshop which was fantastic. We’ve seen a varied range of people coming through, and all are really interested in the new add-on products. It’s important that our customers can see us with new innovations to offer that they may not have realised we do. You can go to exhibitions with the general public but you just don’t get anything back from it – for us this is now the best place to show new products to OTs.

Birmingham is so central and people can come from all over the country – the NEC is a good venue.

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