An update from the Medica Fair 2018

An update from the Medica Fair 2018

November 22, 2018

The Medica Fair 2018 have come to an end and we would like to thank each and everyone who came by our Stand - we had four great days!

During the four days at the Medica Fair 2018, some of our already established Distributors came by to visit our SwimCount Stand for a chat and a product update.

We had visits from the following of our Distributors and Suppliers i.e. from Norway, England, Italy, Sweden, Benelux, Germany, France and Denmark.

Also many new potential Distributors showed a lot of interest in our SwimCount Brand for their local markets.

    We are glad to be back at the office again and will - as promised - contact all of our new potential Distributors with more product information.



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