Exhibiting

Be visible to the autism community who are looking for the products and services you offer.

The TAD LIVE AUTISM SHOWS provide you with the perfect opportunity to connect with the autistic community, the individuals and families living with autism, and the professionals that support them a both a national and local level.

The SHOWS are held in the Spring in North Wales at Venue Cymru, Llandudno, and in the Autumn in South Wales at Cardiff City Stadium. At each show so far over 85% of visitors have rated the show ‘Good’ or ‘Excellent’, and each year we strive to make them much better than the last. 2020 will see our 6th and 7th Shows in Wales attracting an increasing number of Visitors each time. We are expecting 1,500 pre-registered visitors at Llandudno, and 3,000 pre-registered visitors at Cardiff.

We are also now taking bookings for Llandudno 2020 and Cardiff 2020 with some Early Bird Offers.

At all shows there are the main exhibitor ‘shell scheme’ stands and also a number of ‘tables’ for not-for-profits, and this is so we can make the shows accessible to all budgets.

At all shows there is also a timetable of Seminars and Talks for visitors to attend, and these have proved very popular over the years. Opportunities for Exhibitors to speak are available, although these slots are very limited.

Also available at Cardiff only, is the opportunity to book one of the private boxes overlooking the pitch to hold one-to-one clinics or Workshops. With these boxes you can choose to offer clinics free or for a fee and we can help you promote the clinics to those registering to attend the show.

Please use the menu under ‘Exhibiting’ above, or use these links to take you to further information about the Shows:

Exhibiting at the 2020 Llandudno Show

Exhibiting at the 2020 Cardiff Show

If you have any questions or require clarification then please email hello@theautismdirectory.com or call us on 01443 844764

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