- Initiate new business relations
- Attain sales deals
- Present innovations and new developments
- Cultivate existing business relations
- Prepare sales deals
- Show / discuss product variants
- Obtain an overall impression of the market situation
- Exchange experience
- Compare competitors
- Pass on specialist knowledge
- Making the best use of information and evidence to achieve the greatest impact
- Strengthening how IT works with strategic partners
- Continuing to build better relationships with the public
- Building relationships with organisations providing care
Meet new clients and develop new relationships which will lead to establishing yourself in this sector or allow you to continue building your existing good reputation.
England’s population is at its highest ever level, at an estimated 66.65 million. Within this, 12.4 million people are aged 65 or over, and 1.8 million are 85 or over. As the population ages, we are seeing a rise in health conditions for which age is a major risk factor, such as dementia. There are now 850,000 people living with dementia across the UK.
It is forecast that one in three over-65s will develop dementia, which means providers will have to develop increasingly specialised skills to care for these people. More and more of us, are also living with long-term conditions such as diabetes, coronary heart disease and respiratory diseases. Further to this, the success story that is improved cancer treatments, also means that more people are living with cancer for longer. Older people are also increasingly living with co-morbidities such as heart disease, hypertension, arthritis and diabetes.
The Care & Occupational Therapy Show is your gateway to showcase your product or service to key decision makers within the sector.
Stands range from 3 x 2 upwards, with flexible shell schemes to meet client requirements.
You can contact our friendly bookings team by email or by telephone on 02045 178 888 with any questions about exhibiting.
Alternatively, please download our care show brochure here:
Exhibit at the Southwest Care Exhibition
The event is held at:
Clyst St Mary,