TabTime’s delighted Managing Director Terry Jackson says the invitation appeared out of the blue and at first he thought it was a hoax. But no, the invitation was quickly followed up by a genuine confirmation from the UKTI and the next few weeks promise to be extremely hectic as the company prepare for the prestigious event which will be held at the Ambassadors Residence in Vienna in early February.
From minor beginnings 20 years ago when Terry invented the very first electronic pill reminder on the world market the TabTime business has mushroomed into a thriving enterprise which now supplies customers on a truly worldwide basis from Australia to Iceland and Russia to the USA. TabTime’s Super 8 model is the daily pill timer-reminder of choice for Parkinson’s Societies all over the world and the TabTime Medelert is a fully automatic pill dispenser which is lockable and offers timed release of medication which is proving hugely successful in helping Alzheimer’s and dementia patients to take the correct medication at the correct time.
TabTime supply the NHS and many UK charities including the Parkinson’s Org. the Alzheimer’s Society, Diabetes UK, the RNIB and most of the UK rehabilitation companies. The company also receives enquiries from around the world on a daily basis so the future looks very bright for this small and innovative company.
Interested parties can see TabTime’s great products at www.tabtime.com and the company can be contacted direct at email@example.com or 0044 (0)1270 767207 for further information.
Health officials from the following EU countries will be attending the event in Vienna.
· Czech Republic