Press Release: February 09, 2010
There comes a time in every profession where employers or employees feel motivation or inspiration is fading. Sometimes it can be difficult to think of new and innovative ways to boost your business and staff morale.
The launch of Childcare Expo could be just what businesses within the early years sector need.
Childcare Expo is being held at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry on September 28th-29th. The show is being sponsored by leading childcare insurers, Morton Michel. Childcare Expo hopes to be the number one National exhibition and networking event for the early years, childcare and nursery sector.
The show brings together leading suppliers and expert industry professionals together under one roof to leave visitors feeling motivated, inspired and ready to maximise their business to its full potential.
Childcare Expo will be hosting six seminars per day throughout the two day duration of the show. The informers are experts in the childcare and early years sector. They have first hand, practical and theoretical experience of the industry and will be educating visitors on current affairs within the sector. There will also be a demo stage where visitors can watch live demonstrations.
Childcare Expo is also pleased to present a brand new feature area with an Under the Sea theme. The room offers a full sensory experience so visitors can feel, see, hear and touch life under the sea. This has already proven to be a hit with children, and training will also be offered on how the themed rooms can be recreated.
Visiting Childcare Expo is the perfect opportunity to gain information, inspiration and motivation for childcare professionals, nursery managers, owners and chain executives within early years and childcare sector.
To pre-register for your free ticket please visit www.childcareexpo.co.uk.
For more information about Childcare Expo, please contact Emma Barrett at Broadway Events on 01425 838393 or email email@example.com.
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