Exhibiting at the UK Stroke Club Conference is a great platform for you to:

  • Raise your organisation's profile.
  • Network directly with those affected by stroke and involved in running support groups.
  • Be part of a vibrant stroke support community.
  • Demonstrate how your organisation is committed to stroke care.

All exhibitors showcase in the Exhibition and Stroke Club Exchange area, which is based in the hub of the conference centre. You’ll have the opportunity to speak to delegates and discuss your products and services, which clubs and groups can utilise in supporting those living with stroke.

If you're interested in being part of a future event as an exhibitor or a sponsor, please call 02075 660300 and ask for the Corporate Partnerships team or email corporatepartnerships@stroke.org.uk

Exhibitors

The UK Stroke Club Conference 2019 was supported by Nesta and partly funded by the National Lottery Community Fund and our corporate sponsors Irwin Mitchell solicitors.

Irwin Mitchell is proud to be a corporate supporter of the Stroke Association and to support the annual UK Stroke Club Conference. Shay Williams, from Irwin Mitchell, attended the Club Conference on the day: “It is always so lovely to meet with the brave stroke survivors and their families at Stroke Association events, in addition to the Stroke Club leaders who clearly work extremely hard to support those affected by Stroke. It is an honour to work in partnership with a charity that is so committed to improving and rebuilding the lives of stroke survivors.”

Thank you to the following organisations that exhibited at the UK Stroke Club Conference 2019. Visit their websites to see how they support those living with stroke:

AbilityNet 

Driving Mobility

Table tennis England

Slo Drinks

Other events

Our corporate team also have other opportunities to connect with those living with the effects of stroke, or with those working in the field of stroke. Follow the links below to find out about other events:

UK Stroke Assembly

UK Stroke Forum

Northern Ireland Stroke Conference

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