2016 is set to see the return of the North’s super sized trade and consumer event; the IIC Show. Taking place in Manchester Central between 31st January- 1st February, the two day event is FREE to attend and acts as a comprehensive resource and shopping event for people of mixed ability and those associated.
The largest event of its kind in the North of England, the IIC Show’s mission is to actively promote Inclusion Independent and Choice. Uniting attendees to celebrate the lives of people with varying abilities, the IIC Show specifically covers all categories of mixed ability. Visitors are able to take advantage of a vast array of industry exhibitors as well as being able to engage in high quality CPD accredited seminars. In essence the show is an opportunity to engage with a beautifully complex community that is both mixed and with ability.
Welcoming up to 150 exhibitors, the IIC Show is a must attend for trade visitors and professionals. From suppliers, to manufacturers, carers and teachers the event offers attendees a wealth of information, expert advice and industry support. Covering areas such as physical and motor skills, psychiatric, sensory and neurological, visitors can compare products and services as well as accessing trends and future predictions.
The Health and Care Home sector also plays a huge part in the IIC Show, covering innovative products and services such as mobility, safety, as well as health and hygiene. Carers will have a wealth of exhibitors relevant to their field to compare and evaluate the products and services available.
Show Manager Matthew Haynes says, “Following on from the success of 2014’s event, the IIC Show is the first of its kind in the North West and acts as a comprehensive resource for Health and Social Care Professionals, teachers and trade suppliers. The show offers attendees the chance to network and engage with exhibitors whilst also benefiting from informative and inspiring seminars from Industry Leaders and visionaries.
Education acts as a core element throughout the course of the IIC Show, visitors are invited to attend a whole host of seminars that allow visitors to gain informative up to date material. The Keynote stage focuses on disability and strategy, whilst the Moving and Handing Theatre offers advance knowing of caring. Elsewhere the SEN Seminar Theatre attracts educational professionals to gain information regarding special education needs. Overall the seminars are able showcase talks from the UK’s most knowledgeable speakers and offer a great insight into topics surrounding disability.
With the IIC Show just three months away, the event is set to be another huge success. IIC Show invites trade visitors, medical and healthcare professionals or those with an interest in disability to visit us across the two day exhibition to celebrate the culture and lives of those living with disability.
Attendees are invited to visit www.iicshow.co.uk for free registration.