Pierre Van Eeckhout (April 25-26-27, 2019) Francoise Impens (April 25, 2019), Mark Van Assche (April 26-27, 2019), Dirk Heeren (April 27, 2019)
In Flanders there are two big fairs that alternate to promote the innovations for people with disabilities and to connect the suppliers with their potential customers. These two fairs are the REVA and the Kangoeroe fair.
In 1988 a number of people from companies, public services and associations founded the non-profit REVA, whose goal it is to provide information about products and services for disabled people.
To achieve this goal, the non-profit REVA hosts a biannual information fair that targets disabled people, elderly disabled people, their families, professionals and volunteers.
REVA wants to contribute to the development of the personal, societal and perhaps even professional life of people with disabilities.
This fair is the place to be for manufacturers and suppliers of tools, companies that offer these services, associations of disabled people and the visitors to meet.
Furthermore REVA provides the information of all these products and services on their website.
REVA can support the iniatives of other organisations to optimise their mission.
With all this new information in the back of our headsand the fact that the ST4ALL project provides new insights into ‘inclusive sports’, it made sense for non-profit Tolbo – the Belgian representative of the sport 4 ALL project – to introduce the project to the visitors of the REVA fair from Thursday 25 until Saturday 27 April 2019. Furthermore they were asked to reserve 3 December 2019 in their calendars.