MedtecUK Innovation Award Win


Staff with the Innovation Award Prize  (From left: Tim Massey, Dina Beeney, Emma Sadler, Craig Smith)

The Tube and Bracket Company Wins MedtecUK Innovation Award

The Tube and Bracket company is celebrating winning the MedtecUK 2015, Best in Show Innovation Award. Voted for by fellow exhibitors and visitors, the team were awarded the first place certificate and a bottle of champagne.

Andrew Porter, UBM presents Dina Beeney with the award.
Andrew Porter, UBM presents Dina Beeney with the award.

“We are delighted to have taken part in MedtecUK 2015,”  commented Dina Beeney, Sales Director. “Being showcased in the innovation awards this year is a real honor. We’ve met some really forward-thinking companies here and we’re very excited about the possibilities moving forward. I would also like add congratulations to everyone else showcased – it’s great to see such brilliant innovation.”

The MedtecUK Healthcare Technologies show 2015 got off to a flying start on Tuesday 3rd March, at London’s ExCeL,  with an excellent selection of exhibitors, networking sessions and educational forums to take part in, there was a real buzz in the atmosphere.  Visitors to our stand took part in the ‘Graphit Challenge, causing a flurry of excitement during the two day event, as competitors raced to be top of the leaderboard testing their skills and dexterity against the clock.

“The show was a huge success this year, with those taking part in the Graphit Challenge really having fun and ramping up the excitement.” said Emma Sadler, Marketing Manager,

We were also delighted to succeed in our own personal challenge by having our entire stand unloaded and assembled in less than 20 minutes,  while many exhibitors were still arriving!

Our achievement was praised by MedtecEurope with their tweet: @TrilogiqUK Boom! Excellent assembly skills! We’ll pop by and see you in action tomorrow! #MedtecUK

The  stand which, itself, was custom made from our modular construction system GRAPHIT – included backlit acrylic panels, an assembly workbench for visitors to try their hand at our challenge, and a 50″ flatscreen where we displayed a showreel of our products.



Assembling the Workstation

Assembling the Display Table


GRAPHIT showreel