Pioneer Europe launches Q-clinics

Pioneer Europe has announced three regional Q-clinics, which will be taking place across the UK later this month.

The new product demonstrations will give balloon artists the opportunity to join Alberto Falcone, CBA as he shows off the brand new 2019 Qualatex product offering. Three separate demonstrations will be taking place throughout the day, with each session lasting for one and a half hours.

The clinics will be focusing on some of the standout products launched in the 2019 Qualatex Catalogue, including space designs, new birthday ideas and microfoils of all shapes and sizes.

“Q-clinic is a great way for our customers to see the new products, pick up some tips and inspiration on how to make the most of the new Qualatex ranges,” explained export and education manager Anna Hickman. “It is different to our usual training days, as it is demonstration only. There are three one and a half hour slots during the day, there is no need to book, you can just drop in, ask questions from the expert – Alberto Falcone.”

“Debbie Maggill from Pioneer Europe will also be on hand to help answer any product-related questions and give advise on what training we are offering and how to book onto it,” Anna continued. “We’ve run similar demonstrations in the past, we find it’s good way to show off our new ranges and get customer feedback straight away.”

The clinics will be taking place in Manchester, Nottingham and Dunstable, with sessions beginning at 10am, 12noon and 2.30pm.

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