THIIS February issue
The February issue of THIIS Magazine is now available for mobility and access business leaders to read online.

The new February edition looks at how the mobility market is coping with a third lockdown as a new variant of Covid-19 spreads across the UK.

Some retailers have reported some difficulty in accessing government business support grants, as the industry has been classified as essential. THIIS chats to five leading retailers about whether the classification has helped or hindered the mobility retail sector.

In an insightful feature, Beth Crandall, Managing Director at RQM+ looks at how Economic Operators play a part in ensuring compliance of medical equipment now that they have specific regulatory requirements they must meet under the new EU Medical Device Regulation.

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In other articles, we speak to Matt and Georgina Gerry at Coastline Mobility about their exciting plans for store expansion in Devon. THIIS also speaks to inventor Brian Harrison, whose company Brintal has created a revolutionary new wheelchair.

Barend ter Haar of BES Healthcare looks at seating solutions to better suit the individuals using them and their carers, while Stuart Barrow of Promoting Independence takes us through what to expect of the Cardiff Independent Living and Rehabilitation Centre, which will be opening later this year.

Read the latest issue online here.

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