With just over three months to go until Rugby Expo 2018, we preview some of the exhibitors set to showcase their products and services at the Ricoh Arena on Wednesday 18 April.

The reformatted one-day conference will provide attendees from the professional and community game, with 12+ hours packed with high-level discussion and debate covering both codes of the sport, interactive coaching content, partner meetings and a busy exhibition showcasing the latest rugby-focused products and services.

Find out more about the exhibitors below:

OPRO Mouthguards are leaders in custom-fit mouthguards to schools, colleges, clubs and individuals. With hundreds of custom design possibilities, and OPRO's Custom-Fit mouth impression method, every player can have a mouthguard unique to them and that is made to measure.

ClubMinder provides integrated technology to fitness clubs throughout the UK and Ireland covering membership, subscriptions and CRM, tills and EPOS, golf competition management, access control, bookings, accounting and internet services.

The 1839 Company are the manufacturers of fine traditional honours caps, historically awarded within Rugby to commemorate significant achievement within the game. The 1839 Company seeks to continue this very tradition celebrating the achievements of those men and women awarded the highest of sporting honours within all sports, at all age groups. We have worked with Schools, Clubs and Universities within the UK to provide bespoke caps which have previously been awarded to those going on sports tours, gaining school colours or reaching a certain number of appearances.

G-Form was founded by avid athletes that shared in a common vision of using advanced polymer technology to revolutionise impact protection and vibration dampening for competition. G-Form's innovative and ground-breaking athletic and consumer electronic products absorb over 90% of the energy from high-speed impact.

William Turner is a leading UK manufacturer that specialises in supplying premium quality ties and accessories for the schoolwear, club and corporate markets. Established in 1969, the family led business is proud to have supplied some of the world's most highly esteemed names in the education and sports sectors.

As a leading contractor founded on more than 50 years' experience, Agripower works nationwide undertaking the design, construction, refurbishment, drainage and maintenance of all natural and synthetic sports facilities. We directly employ a team of highly trained staff, and own and maintain an enviable fleet of specialist plant and machinery ensuring that no delays are encountered throughout the project. Specialising in natural sports turf, 3G grass, multi-use areas, athletics facilities and primary installers of the Powergrass Hybrid System.

Phoenix Sporting Goods create and distribute a range of strong, performance led brands to the retail and sports education markets. With inspirational leadership and world class customer service, Phoenix Sporting Goods aid aspiring athletes and their coaches, from grass roots to sporting professionals.

Mobile Virtual Player is the first ever self-righting mobile training device. Controlled remotely and powered by a motor, it's an innovative training partner that can move at the speed of your opponent. By simulating human motion, the MVP allows players to practice tackling, pursuing, evading and throwing at a mobile target, without the impact and fatigue associated with athlete on athlete training.

O'Neills was founded in 1918 as a manufacturer of Gaelic footballs and it is now the largest sportswear manufacturing company in Ireland. They customise garments to satisfy demand for crests, logos, sponsorship etc.

To discuss sponsorship or exhibitor opportunities or to find out more about attending Rugby Expo 2018 as a delegate, contact Jenny Forbes, Head of Business Development, on

+44 (0) 843 289 0583 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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