NAPIT EXPO announces supporting partners for new workshops

Brought to you by the NAPIT Trade Association, NAPIT EXPO On the Road has been designed using attendee feedback from last year. The new workshop format features expert knowledge on installation and inspection based on topics visitors have requested advice on.

Confirmed Partners include big name manufacturers Schneider Electric and Scolmore, alongside NAPIT’s specialist membership service providers, Insurance, Training, Legal, the newly launched NAPIT Drive for vehicle hire and NAPIT Wealth for workplace pensions and financial services, and much more.

With some of the largest companies in the industry in the line-up, NAPIT head of marketing & communications, Jenny Gaunt, explained, ‘We are thrilled to announce our supporting partner line-up. All the companies listed have been handpicked to ensure that our visitors receive expert technical advice on tools, equipment and services, all relevant to our visitor’s needs in-line with the workshops on offer.’

Jenny continued, ‘The popularity of NAPIT EXPO continues to grow year-on-year, with both members and interested non-members and a large part of that is down to the expertise that our partners have to offer visitors.’

NAPIT are currently in discussions with further prospective exhibitors and are set to announce their final partners in coming weeks, along with many more exciting updates which will be announced via the NAPIT EXPO website.

Keep looking out for new announcements about NAPIT EXPO On the Road via the website www.napitexpo.co.uk, contact NAPIT at 0345 543 0330 or email tradeshow@napit.org.uk to find out more.

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