Reflections on Naidex 2010

The Design Matters team is back from Naidex 2010 and we can confirm that it was an incredibly busy show for us. Both our stunning display kitchen and the new Design Matters web site were well received, and we are busy processing all the enquiries that we received during the 3 day show.
Adam Thomas and client at the Design Matters stand, Naidex 2010
Thousands of you made the journey to the NEC Birmingham, and the show was as impressive as ever, packed with the latest products and ideas for all to see. We get as much out of Naidex as our clients, with so much to explore and experience.

This year we took a larger team with four members of staff at the show for the duration, which gave us more time to chat to the visitors to our stand. It also allowed us to offer two training sessions for Occupational Therapists and others with responsibility for access in the CPD Seminar Theatre, led by Adam Thomas. These sessions were very well attended and allowed Adam to highlight areas of special note when planning kitchen adaptations for disabled and older people.

To complement our printed brochure we brought along a digital presentation showing some of our recent work, which was useful for visitors who had come specifically for kitchen inspiration. There was plenty to see on the stand, and the display kitchen looked stunning with its new colour scheme. We believe we may have found an excellent permanent home for our Naidex kitchen and we hope to confirm the details soon in this News section.
Visitors to Naidex 2010 with Lucy Smithies from Design Matters
Please bear with us as we process all your enquiries and respond to requests for further information. We hope to get through them as quickly as possible. In the meantime a big ‘thank you’ to everyone who visited us at the show and gave such positive feedback.