Gadget Show Live partners with ANOVO to launch gadget trade-in solution

March 15, 2012 1:57 pm

ANOVO has been chosen as the official tech recycling partner for the Gadget Show Live, and will be at this year’s show offering Gadget Show Live event goers money for their unused tech. In addition to the show feature, The Gadget Show Live Trade-in site has also been launched – enabling anyone to trade-in their old or unused gadgets, such as mobile phones or other electronic gadgets including SatNavs, digital cameras, Mp3 players and Laptops for cash.

With over 100,000 visitors, The Gadget Show Live is the UK’s biggest tech destination. 2012 sees the show return to the NEC in Birmingham on 10th April for a trade day and 11th – 15th April for the public. Tickets are selling fast but there are limited number still available for the Wednesday and Thursday, just visit to book yours!

According to recent research carried out by the Gadget Show Live, households in the UK are sitting on an average of £320 worth of unused gadgets. From outdated mobiles to unloved games consoles whether they work or not, they may still have a value.

“We are thrilled that the Gadget Show Live has recognised our experience within the mobile phone and electronics recycling sector – already running schemes for a number of other e/retailers. ANOVO’s ultimate objective is to add value to our customers, the solutions we have developed for the Gadget Show Live is the essence of that.” says Stephen Maxwell, Chief Commercial Officer, ANOVO UK.

Sally Bent, GSL Marketing Manager, adds: “We are delighted to have launched a tech trade- in site in partnership with ANOVO. Giving our visitors the chance to essentially exchange their old gadgets for new whilst at the show is a great way to help people get their hands on the latest must-have tech, without breaking the bank. We are looking forward to another fantastic event with some of the world’s very best technology available to see, try and buy, along with a host of interactive features.”

Visit the Gadget Show Trade-in site at

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