MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND 2017: 20 percent more exhibition space
MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND 2017 from 6 to 8 September will be its largest edition yet, with booth space fully sold out since May, featuring 700 exhibitors from 45 countries including 18 National Pavilions and country groups on a show floor that has expanded by 20% compared to 2015, at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center. Held biennially, MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND 2017 confirms its position as Thailand’s most prominent trade fair through dynamic sales, wide range of product and services and high-quality line-up of signature conferences and seminars.
Indicative of Southeast Asia’s vibrant medical and healthcare industry and MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND’s strong drawing power, the healthy increase in exhibiting companies this year particularly seen with the participation of first time national group pavilions from Canada, European Union, India, the Netherlands and Russia also reflects the growing international appeal of the exhibition. With the debuting countries, this is further proof that the region’s promising medical and healthcare industry continues to gain the attention of many of the world’s leading economies.
The rising middle class of Southeast Asia is tech-savvy and more aware of the need for quality healthcare. Adapting with the changing consumer demands, the exhibition will prominently feature two special highlights on Connected Healthcare and Rehabilitative Care. These highlights will showcase the latest innovations and solutions in remote healthcare, tele-health, wireless healthcare, living aids and many others.
MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND 2017 will also be a gateway of knowledge for trade visitors. Conferences and forums featuring industry thought leaders will present the latest trends and future demands of the industry. Returning once again is the 3rdAdvanced Rehab Technology Conference (ARTeC), which will take place from 6 – 7 September, with topics centred on technological solutions for the ageing population. Speakers from leading institutions such as MIT and Fujita Health University will discuss topics on robotic rehabilitation, sarcopenia in the elderly, neurorehabilitation and others.
Conferences and forums dedicated to technology such as the Digital Imaging in Radiology and Patient Safety conference and TMI CIO Forum will cover a wide array of topics such as risk management in Radiology IT, current network technology, Hospital IT Outsourcing, Emerging Information Technologies in Healthcare and many others.
With a strong showing from leading companies and industry experts, MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND 2017 is the preferred healthcare platform for trade visitors as well as practitioners. More information on MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND 2017 can be found at www.medicalfair-thailand.com
Düsseldorf, 4 July 2017
Press Team MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND 2016 Manuela Preinbergs/ Apostolos Hatzigiannidis Tel.: +49(0)211-4560-542/ -544 Fax: +49(0)211-4560-87544