The place where the healthcare world comes to do business
The Arab Health Exhibition & Congress is the largest healthcare exhibition & medical congress in the Middle East & the Second largest in the world. It is a 4 day event being held from 29th January to the 1st February 2018 at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
The official organizer of the show is Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions, in charge of the healthcare portfolio within Informa’s Global Exhibitions division, organizes 26 exhibitions yearly covering the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Europe and US market, connecting more than 150,000 healthcare professionals worldwide and offering a range of marketing solutions for companies involved with the healthcare sector.
The event was sold out months ahead of the 2017 edition and welcomed a large number of visitors, highlighting its strength as the region’s leading exhibition in the healthcare industry. The Arab Health Conferences 2017 feature 14 business, leadership and Continuing Medical Education (CME) conferences to attending healthcare professionals. With the aim of bridging the gap in medical knowledge, the carefully designed congress provides the very latest updates and insights into cutting edge procedures, techniques and skills.
The show will be attended by Trade Delegations, Medical Professionals, Purchase & Production, Associations, Delegates of Seminar, Exporters, Health Professionals and much more.
Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, Dubai, UAE
2018 will see the introduction of the Personal Healthcare Technology Zone, whereby exhibitors will be able to display the latest in “Smart” Healthcare Technology that connects patients to physicians and hospitals/clinics.
The platform will enable Personal Healthcare device manufacturers and service providers to showcase new technology, products and services to thousands of decision makers both regionally and internationally.
Wearable technology is becoming an essential part of our daily lifestyle. With diseases such as diabetes and obesity becoming increasingly prevalent, smart Personal Healthcare devices have the potential to help patients and clinicians to monitor these conditions, as well keep track of fitness, blood pressure, and even sleep quality.
United Arab Emirates is the springboard to Middle Eastern, Africa and Asia for Medical device. It is amongst the top 10 destinations for export of medical devices from India. Its Manufacturing capability is limited, therefore the market will continue to rely on imported medical devices. Population growth, a growing medical tourism industry, continuous healthcare infrastructure developments, expanding health insurance and increasing health expenditure which are all factors contributing to market growth.
Moreover, the GCC’s healthcare market has experienced stable growth in the past years, driven by a growing ageing demographic and increased healthcare expenditure per capita. The rising demand of healthcare services paired with restricted supply of healthcare solutions has resulted in governments across the GCC implementing new technologies, systems of care, and considering further partnerships with international healthcare providers. GCC governments continue to invest to modernize and reform its healthcare systems, as well as promote economic diversification in the region.Read Full
India is considered to be the UAE’s primary trade partner with total volume of bilateral trade between the two countries amounted to USD 52.8 billion in 2016-17. UAE is India’s most important trade partner in the Middle East and North Africa. Economic sources expect the value of trade exchanges between the UAE and India to hit $100 billion in 2020. UAE is also one of the top market for Indian Medical devices.
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One side open (built-up booth): Rs. 50000 per sqm (Minimum 9 sqm booth)
10% extra for two sides open booth (subject to availability).
Full payment is to be made by:
Demand draft favoring “EEPC INDIA” along with the duly filled-up Application Form OR
Pay through RTGS/NEFT in INR as per the following details :
|Name of the Bank||HDFC BANK LTD|
|Address of Bank||2/6, Sarat Bose Road, Kolkata 700 020|
|Account Name||EEPC INDIA|
You can also make payment online through the following Payment Gateways
29 January – 1 February, 2018 (4 days)
Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, Dubai, UAE
Participation charges for a 9 sqm. booth includes the following services:
One Discussion table
Three Spot Lights
Since limited space is available, selection of participation will be done strictly on first-come, first-served basis.
Interested members are requested to fill in the online Application Form latest by 29th December, 2017 at the following link. https://app.eepcindia.org/ems/exhibitors/exhibitor_application_form/NjI
Please go through the “Mode of Payment” section of this Circular for payment details.
EEPC India is organizing this event under the MAI Scheme of Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India. The rates mentioned above are subsidized in comparison with the normal rates offered by the Fair Authorities.
Further, to encourage participants, special support will be provided towards reimbursement of air fare (economy class) with a ceiling of Rs. 30,000 per person per company subject to eligibility as per the erstwhile MDA Guidelines of the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India e.g.,
Request for cancellation of participation will be accepted if EEPC India receives the same in writing on or before 24 November 2017. EEPC India shall not entertain any cancellation afterwards. Any cancellation after the due date shall result in forfeiture of the amount already paid on this account.
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