SD Show goes from strength to strength

22 May, 2017 / infocus
 

The sixth annual Scottish Dental Show welcomed just over 2,000 people to Braehead Arena making it the event’s most successful outing yet.

And, with nearly half of the exhibition space at the 2018 show (27 and 28 April, Braehead Arena) already sold, it is clear that Scotland’s biggest dental conference and trade show is a firm favourite with the profession and industry alike.

Featuring high-calibre speakers such as Christopher Orr, Professor Brian Millar, Ashley Latter, Prof Graham Ogden, Arshad Ali, Attiq Rahman, Aubrey Craig and Helen Kaney, the 2017 lecture programme provided a wealth of CPD opportunities. And, with up to nine hours of verifiable CPD, including eight sessions of CORE CPD, there was something for all members of the dental team.

Here is a selection of some of the fantastic feedback received so far from delegates:

“We come every year and we think it’s fantastic. You can get all your CPD in one place – it’s brilliant. We wouldn’t miss it.”

“It’s really exciting. I always enjoy seeing what the stalls have to offer and attending some of the lectures, we really enjoyed it.”

And exhibitors:

“You guys do a great job, a fantastic Show yet again.”

“We were inundated with new business potential due to the increase in footfall at the show. We cannot praise you all enough for all your hard work and effort. Thank you once again.”

“A great two days at the Show! We look forward to being on the same stand next year.”

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