NICEIC signs up Gadget Show’s Suzi Perry

Suzi Perry will be the guest speaker at this year’s NICEIC Live South.

The Gadget Show presenter will be discussing the latest developments in technology around the home and their impact on the electrical contracting industry. She will also be chatting to NICEIC’s Tony Cable to discuss how the industry has changed in the last 50 years.

“Modern electrical systems and the demands placed on them have changed immensely in recent years,” said NICEIC’s head of group marketing, Mark Smith.

“Gadgets such as smartphones and tablet computers are now commonplace in many homes, while the use of home automation systems is also popular. Suzi is known as an expert when it comes to gadgets so is well placed to talk about the opportunities they create for electrical contractors.”

Other speakers on the day include NICEIC’s Darren Staniforth and Peter Osbourne, who is a leader in the microgeneration and renewable market.

Building on the success of last year’s award winning event, NICEIC is putting on two shows in 2012. NICEIC Live South will again take place at Epsom Downs Racecourse on May 17, with NICEIC Live North taking place at Bolton Arena on November 1.

Both days promise to be a fantastic opportunity for electrical contractors to get the latest business advice and technical information. The programme includes talks on the new EICRs, Microgeneration and a vision of how the industry will change over the next 10 years.

In addition to this there will be a large exhibition featuring some of the biggest names in the industry. Exhibitors include headline sponsor Philips Lighting along with Milwaukee, Megger, Brother, Irwin, Fluke and many more.

Tickets cost £36 for NICEIC registered contractors and £56 for all other delegates.  Attendees will receive a free voucher book featuring over £250 worth of discounts and special offers from leading electrical suppliers.

Don’t miss out on one of the biggest electrical industry events of the year! For more information or to book your ticket online visit or call 020 7324 2771.