Innovators Invited to Join UK Government at Medical Show

UK life science innovators interested in growing their global business and showcasing UK expertise to leading international buyers are invited to join the Department of International Trade (DIT) at one of the largest events in the medical sector.

This year, the UK’s Department for International Trade has partnered with the Association of British Health Technology Industries (ABHI) – the UK’s leading industry association for health technology – to increase the visibility of UK companies in the MEDICA Fair trade.

For market leaders and pioneering start-ups, the four-day expo represents a great opportunity to showcase their latest products, technologies and services to key buyers around the world, and to forge, enrich and strengthen business relationships.

Aphrodite Spanou, Acting Director for Science and Technology, said: “Join us at Medica 2022, as we follow up on last year’s success with a larger in-person event, showcasing innovation and research. in the UK as we commit to strengthening our leadership position as a global science. and the technological superpower.

“The UK has a thriving MedTech environment producing efficient, effective and safe solutions that reduce costs and improve quality. That’s why the UK, one of the world’s most advanced innovators of patient-centric medical technology, is one of Europe’s top investment destinations. We’re excited to invite you to find out how DIT helps your business.

MEDICA is a global trade fair and every year around 121,000 visitors from more than 120 countries gather in its halls in Düsseldorf to explore innovations and trends in the medical sector.

Export-ready companies who want to access expert advice and support to grow their global business are encouraged to apply by September 15, 2022 to attend this year’s show as part of the DIT delegation.

All delegates will benefit from a comprehensive suite of support before, during and after the event, helping them to gain exposure, make valuable contacts and advance their international ambitions. All companies benefit from 1-2-1 meetings with DIT leaders, networking tips, pre-event market insights, and attendance at key DIT networking events.

The joint DIT & ABHI UK Pavilion stand this year will also provide a unique opportunity for innovators to join the UK government in showcasing the strengths of UK HealthTech and innovation on the international stage.

Michelle Michelucci, Global Head, ABHI, said, “We are proud to work closely with DIT, to offer an extensive support program to help companies demonstrate their life-changing innovations, technologies and services, enter connect with key buyers and join a unique network. delegation made up of the most avant-garde companies in the industry. We look forward to helping them advance their international ambitions and show the world that the UK is open for business. »

Companies joining DIT at this year’s show will benefit from a low-cost, high-value package, helping them close deals and expand their networks, access industry and market experts, improve their visibility and, overall, to make the most of the exposure.

This includes:

  • Opportunities to book 1-2-1s with UK delegates and sales agents
  • Access to the ABHI & DIT stand to hold your meetings
  • Participation in DIT information breakfasts and networking events
  • Opportunity to attend UK Market Networking Reception
  • Promotion on the ABHI & DIT booth, participation in DIT networking events and post-event follow-up
  • DIT will host a series of market briefings from 13e at 16e September, by Post colleagues around the world, these sessions will be recorded and made available online for colleagues to access if they are unable to attend the live events that include time for Q&As.

MEDICA will take place November 14-17, 2022 in Düsseldorf, Germany. All MEDICA activities in the UK are also entered on the UK Healthcare Pavilion virtual platform. It’s a chance to discover and connect with key innovative life science companies, hospitals, clinics and organizations in the UK.

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