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Naidex has confirmed the show, set to take place this November, will now be postponed until the 9 & 10 March 2021.

The announcement marks the second postponement of 2020 for the popular independent living event which sees end-users and healthcare professionals visit Birmingham’s NEC annually.

Originally set to take on 17 & 18 March 2020, the show took the decision to push back to 9 & 10 November amid the rising spread of the coronavirus across the UK.

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According to Naidex organiser Roar B2B Media, it took the decision to postpone again after speaking with attendees and exhibitors.

A statement from Roar B2B Media reads: “After extensive consultation with our partners, exhibitors and visitors, we have taken the extremely difficult decision to postpone the event until Spring 2021.

“We will be continuing our support of the independent living community through a number of digital initiatives in the run-up to the March event.”

The announcement continued: “ We welcome any input from our visitors and customers on such initiatives and are proud to be able to support the industry as much as we can through this difficult time. ”

It comes as the majority of events set to take place in 2020 have either been postponed or cancelled, including the OT Show, the Posture and Mobility Group (PMG) Conference, as well as the Kidz to Adultz events.

The Occupational Therapy Adaptations Conference (OTAC) has confirmed that there remaining six shows for 2020 will go ahead as planned, however, citing a need for healthcare professionals to receive in-depth CPD knowledge and discover new solutions to help clients.

All Naidex enquiries should be directed to the organisers at or 07837 404787.

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