Mobility trade show can no longer take place in revised April spot due to ongoing COVID restrictions
Organisers of the British Healthcare Trade Show have asked the industry to help decide a new date for the event following its latest postponement.
The inaugural show was originally scheduled to take place last month, before being revised to 22 April at Weetwood Hall Estate in Leeds after the UK entered a third national lockdown.
However, the April date is no longer feasible after Boris Johnson announced his roadmap for exiting lockdown last week.
Exhibitors and prospective attendees have now been asked to share their thoughts regarding a new date in the wake of its postponement.
This includes whether they would attend the show if it was rescheduled for mid-June, and if not what they would consider to be an ideal alternative date.
The British Healthcare Trade Show was launched as a free trade event for businesses specialising in the mobility and access equipment industry following the disruption that
COVID-19 brought to the industry exhibition circuit last year.
It is organised by the British Healthcare Trades Association, its in-house publication THIIS and Promoting Independence Ltd.