First issue of AMP creates industry buzz

With AccessandMobilityProfessional.com now live and already establishing itself as a vital source of online business information for dealers and retailers of mobility solutions, the publication of the title’s first print edition in time for Naidex is hugely anticipated by the market.

Produced by ITP Promedia, the international publisher behind some of the most successful B2B titles in the UK market, issue one simply can’t be missed if your route-to-market is through the dealer or retail channel.

Packed with news, opinion and insight on all the breaking news and hot topics, Access and Mobility Professional offers cutting-edge editorial content that allows dealers and retailers to go about their business in the most informed way.

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Richard Holland-Oakes, managing director of Oxfordshire-based mobility equipment dealer Recare, is the first industry VIP to grace our cover and he talks frankly about the growth of his business, the obstacles the market faces and the challenges of keeping up with new equipment developments after 25 years in the industry.

Work surfaces need to work for everyone use them, but projects that are designed to meet this objective can be difficult and complex to execute. AMP explores how dealers can meet the challenge of providing flexibility for users, designers and installers head on.

Wetroom and toilet design also feature heavily in the magazine, as we examine the issues that public venues face in complying with guidance around fully accessible ‘Changing Places’ toilets and the solutions available to overcome this.

Meanwhile, it’s fair to say the hoist sector of the access and mobility market has changed dramatically over recent decades. New products and practices have flooded in, meaning distributors and installers have to be constantly on their toes and ready to adapt. AMP assesses what the future of this market looks like, too.

And we also take an in-depth look at the Class 3 mobility scooter market to reveal why the dynamics of this category are changing so rapidly. Containing stats and reaction from the top providers, we plot the market’s course for the next 12 months.

And finally, it wouldn’t be a ‘Naidex’ issue if there wasn’t a Naidex preview, which is why we are bringing readers a comprehensive rundown of the brands they need to meet, as well as a complete overview of the seminar sessions they need to attend.

With such a huge buzz around issue one, and thousands of additional copies being distributed to trade visitors at Naidex, there couldn’t be a better time for you to work with AMP to reach the channels that you want to.

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