Dubai, United Arab Emirates, October 27, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The Arab Health Exhibition and Congress, organised by Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions, goes from strength to strength with the continued support of the Government of Dubai, UAE MoH, Dubai Health Authority, HAAD, DHCC, and JAFZA. Their support further endorses the event’s goal of maintaining its position as the second largest trade exhibition in the world and a business and educational platform that brings together the best in the healthcare industry from the region and the world.
The 2016 Arab Health Exhibition will take place25-28 January at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, and will showcase more than 4,000 companies exhibiting their latest innovations to more than 130,000 healthcare professionals attending from 163 countries. The event will also host 39 country pavilions further enhancing the range of hospital equipment, medical equipment, medical devices and medical technology on display at the exhibition.
“The continuous support from the UAE healthcare authorities exhibits their confidence in our endeavor and further strengthens our presence in the UAE and the region. We have the unique ability to bring together the world under one roof and exhibit the latest products, technologies, services and networking opportunities for the healthcare industry,” says Simon Page, Managing Director, Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions.
HE Humaid Al Qatami, Chairman of the Board and Director of the Dubai Health Authority, said: “The DHA strongly supports such medical conferences which bring together experts in the field from the region and the world. Medical conferences help foster knowledge-transfer, provide a platform to showcase the latest innovations in the medical field and provide networking-opportunities. Since the medical field is ever-evolving with new technologies and new processes, it is important to keep up with these advances in the health sector and conferences provide a unique platform to understand the latest in the medical field.
He added that advances in healthcare lead to better patient-care and improved a patient outcome which is ultimately the goal of all healthcare entities.
Al Qatami said that the Arab Health Conference has seen tremendous growth every year and that it is an ideal platform to network and learn about new innovations.
The exhibition also features a dealers and distributors lounge. The purpose of the lounge is for healthcare dealers and distributors to conduct meetings with clients and network with colleagues. It is the ideal networking platform for businesses to generate leads, close deals and source essential elements for their growing businesses.