Coverdrone attended The Photography and Videography Show 2021 held at The NEC in Birmingham from Saturday 18th to Tuesday 21st September.
This was our first live exhibition since 2019! It was fantastic to be back meeting new and existing clients, receiving feedback, and engaging in conversation again!
There were numerous stands including the likes of Canon, Nikon and Olympus had live demonstrations of their products where you could ask questions and seek one to one tutorial. Additionally, there was plenty of live talks from the experts themselves sharing their tips and tricks on The Photography and Video Show’s Super Stage and specialist masterclasses throughout the exhibition hall. It was the perfect opportunity to try before you buy, develop your knowledge, and build connections with other likeminded photography and video enthusiasts within the industry.
Daniel Dodd, Coverdrone Aviation Manager said: “After two years of no exhibitions, it was fantastic to be able to meet existing clients again face -to -face and build new connections.
“To be out the office again with Coverdrone was really refreshing. Our team look forward to seeing everyone next at DroneX”.
Jess Crabtree, Coverdrone Marketing Executive said: “It was my first time at the Photography and Video show. It was great to see people out and about again with a willingness to learn about the latest technology and take part in cool masterclasses.
“I enjoyed testing out the Canon cameras and listening into live demonstrations.”
Visit Coverdrone at their next exhibition!
Coverdrone’s next upcoming exhibition is the DroneX Tradeshow and Conference. It will be taking place next week on the 5th and 6th October 2021 at the ExCeL London. You can find out more about Coverdrone attending DroneX in our previous blog post. Coverdrone are hosting a DJI Mavic Mini 2 Fly More Combo giveaway exclusive to all attendees of the DroneX Tradeshow and Conference! It is still not too late to book tickets for free from the DroneX website. We look forward to seeing you there!
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