Aero Exhibiting at Safety & Health Expo 2019

04/04/19

We will be joining 14,000 professionals at ExCel London for Europe's leading health and safety event - Safety & Health Expo, from the 18th to the 20th of June.

At Aero, we have built our reputation by supplying first aid and life-saving products that are at the forefront of medical technology, be it by our own world-class R&D or by sourcing market-leading products. This year we shall be showcasing our range of connected defibrillators and range of first aid products at the show.

Last year's event saw international visitors from 70 countries networking with some of the largest names in the industry, boasting more than 28,000 leads generated during the event, and more than 500 face-to-face meetings arranged through the on-site meeting services. This an event that shouldn’t be missed.

Mark Gilmore, managing director for Aero Healthcare, said:

"We're very excited to exhibit at Safety & Health Expo in June, it's a fantastic opportunity to showcase the capabilities of our products and demonstrate how advanced defibrillator technology is becoming. The event allows us to meet professionals across the spectrum of the industry, giving us the opportunity to hear the needs and opinions of the occupational health managers and first aiders who depend so heavily on reliable first aid products, to talking with the manufacturers pushing the frontiers of medical technology. Most importantly, it allows us all to share our knowledge and push for a better quality of medical care across the globe."

If you're ready to be inspired, more than 100 expert speakers are scheduled to debate, explore case studies and provide educational guidance over a programme of free seminars, and there will be three keynote speeches from the inspirational Eddie the Eagle, Steph McGovern and Johnny Wilkinson CBE.

Don't miss your opportunity to join us at Safety & Health Expo 2019, register for your free tickets.

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