MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND 2019

Moves to BITEC, BANGKOK

1,000 exhibitors | 60 countries | 20 national pavilions and country groups New highlights: Community Care Pavilion, Start-Up Park

The region’s most established medical and healthcare exhibition returns for its 9th edition at a much larger and expanded show floor at BITEC, Bangkok, featuring more than 10,000 medical and healthcare innovations representing the hospital, diagnostic, pharmaceutical, medical and rehabilitation sectors. Organised by Messe Düsseldorf Asia (MDA), the region’s leading exhibition organizer, MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND is part of the MEDICAlliance global network. MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND shares the expertise of MEDICA – the world’s No. 1 annual medical and healthcare trade fair, organised by the Messe Düsseldorf Group in Germany.

Continuing on its successful growth path since its inception in 2003, MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND is located in a region that is expected to see its healthcare needs rise to US$740 billion by 2025. The exhibition continues strengthening its international participation with each installment - representative of the growth and potential of the booming medical and healthcare industry in the region, and this year will see MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND 2019 welcome 1,000 exhibitors from 60 countries, and 20 national pavilions and country groups including for the first time, Brazil.

As the must-attend event on the business calendar for all those involved in medical and healthcare, MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND 2019 will present special highlights such as the Community Care Pavilion, Start-Up Park and thought-leading conferences and seminars presenting industry insights and innovations. This year’s line-up includes the 4th Advanced Rehab Technology Conference (ARTec), a 2-day multi-disciplinary conference jointly organised by the Royal College of Physiatrists of Thailand, Thai Rehabilitation Medicine Association and Messe Düsseldorf Asia, as well as the WT l Wearables Technologies Conference which will discuss how wearables are digitising the healthcare industry.

COMMUNITY CARE PAVILION

• Presenting products, technologies and solutions that enhance productivity and efficiency in community care, including remote healthcare monitoring, geriatrics, rehabilitation products and assistive devices.

START-UP PARK

• A dedicated platform for medical and healthcare start-up companies with innovations in loT, big data, Wearable Technologies to discuss visions and present ideas and new innovations. With a Start-Up ecosystem in South East Asia estimated to be valued at US$13 billion, this represents the region’s openness to new ideas and innovations.

There will also be the CIO Forum, organised by the Thai Medical Informatics Association, an invitation only event for C-suite decision-makers to share expertise on technology solutions for healthcare service providers.

The 3-day exhibition will continue to be the preferred platform for medical professionals to come together in the region and internationally, showcasing a myriad of relevant technologies, innovations, products, and networking opportunities. Online visitor registration is now open. For more information on MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND 2019, log on to www.medicalfair-thailand.com

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