Success at Childcare Expo 2015!
DCM Surfaces exhibited at Childcare Expo 2015 held at London Olympia and we have to say it was a huge success! We thoroughly enjoyed our time at the exhibition and loved speaking with various people on the day.
As a company we felt that this exhibition was more personal and really allowed for us to speak to many decision makers from nurseries and schools in order to explain better our full range of products recommended specifically to them.
On display at the event we took along an example of our wet pour safety surfacing with a graphic design showing cloud graphic, rainbow graphic, lettering of A B C and then also numbers 1 2 3 in a range of colours. This was to demonstrate that nurseries or schools could choose any colour from the range and also choose any design they wished.
Quite often we do educational graphics in the wet pour safety surfacing however, some schools also choose to actually have their school logo placed as a graphic into the surfacing and this is something we can do too!
All of our graphics are cut fresh onsite and we do not use any pre-formed graphics, this stops them from peeling away from the surface and creates a better bonding relationship between two colours.
In addition to our wet pour surfacing at the event we also brought along an example of our artificial grass surfacing complete with a shock pad underlay which provided extra bounce to the surface.
Many visitors to the show showed interest in the artificial grass surfacing for both their nursery gardens to add a different texture for the children but also for their gardens at home too!
Whilst at the show we also showed off our rubber mulch products, resin bound/bonded gravel products and our tarmacadam surfacing.
If you’re looking for various types of surfacing then look no further than DCM Surfaces. If you were at the Child Care Expo 2015 but didn’t have a chance to meet and speak with us then please feel free to contact us with any enquiries or questions you may have.
Hopefully we will be exhibiting at the show next year along with adding additional exhibitions to our calendar for the remaining part of 2015.