Naidex is a free, annual event that’s now in its 43rd year, and is one of the biggest events in the UK for people with any kind of disability or impairment. We’re excited for this inspiring event, coming up at the end of March, where the director of Easy Internet will be one of many special guest speakers.
Over 250 suppliers are expected to attend the convention, demonstrating the latest technology and innovation to help disabled people and providing a fascinating glimpse into the near future for over 12,000 visitors. A wide range of businesses and organisations working to the lives of disabled people will be represented.
Meanwhile, visitors will be able to attend dozens of seminars across the three-day event, each hosted by inspiring special guests with very different personal and professional backgrounds. Medical experts, charity workers, entrepreneurs, military veterans, comedians, sports players and many more speakers will be sharing their stories and advice for people living with disabilities.
On the first day of the event (Tuesday March 28th) our director, Mark Esho, will be taking to the stage to discuss turning adversity into an advantage in business. Mark has previously received numerous awards and spoken at countless events in recognition of his success as a disabled entrepreneur.
Key Transitions is an independent referral based service which helps support young people in becoming self sufficient in everyday activities.
We were happy to help when we were approached by them to design their website.
Toys on the Table are an independently registered charity representative by community service representatives based in Leicestershire, who collect and give new toys for any child who may not receive one at the holiday season such as Christmas.
This is why we were happy to help when we were approached and asked if we would help design there website plus we gave them free web hosting to help them gain further support.
The Leicester Cobras have been playing wheelchair basket ball since 1992 and have a variety of players from highly skilled through to the beginner. The Cobras also compete in the British Wheelchair Basketball National League.
As they are a registered charity they rely heavily on sponsorship and donations hence why we got involved and have worked with them to help develop the website to increase awareness.