More than 4,150 exhibitors from 66 countries and 84,500 healthcare and trade professionals from more than 160 countries will descend on Dubai for the Arab Health Exhibition & Congress, the largest gathering of healthcare companies, technology, products and services in the Middle East.
“For 44 years, Arab Health has brought the latest innovations in healthcare. From state-of-the-art imaging equipment to the most cost-effective disposables, and to developments in surgery and advances in prosthetics, Arab Health is an essential part of the yearly healthcare trade show calendar,” said Ross Williams, Exhibition Director, Arab Health.
“The show is an opportunity for purchasers to get ahead of the upcoming year’s product needs and to secure the best deals, while dealers and distributors come to Arab Health looking to expand their product portfolios or supply the next ‘big product’ to their country,” he added.
With over 39 confirmed country pavilions, Arab Health provides an important platform for the Middle East’s healthcare industry to build relationships with international stakeholders and facilitates the exploration of new business opportunities in the global healthcare field.
Russian companies annually participate in Arab Health. In 2019, the joint «Made in Russia» 270 square meters stand, organized by the JSC «Russian Export Center», consists of 23 Russian exhibitors presenting their technologies and products: Axion Concern, Medical Technologies (MTL), Amiko, Neurosoft, Petr Telegin (TM BPLabs), HEMA, “Geltek-Medika”, “Kardeks”, “Triton-Electronics”, “OKB “RHYTHM”,”10 MED”,”ATLAS”, “Aurika”, “NPP MONITOR”, “MITSAR”, “LABROMED”, “DiaKlon”, “Sursil-Orto”, “TestGen”, “Association of Medicine and Analytics”, “Ikon Lab Lab” (TM IconLab), “Tonus Club”, “SibPribor” are among them.
As innovation continues to create vast new possibilities and opportunities for the region’s healthcare sector, Arab Health will introduce a dedicated Innovation Hub located in the Plaza Hall, to highlight some of the technological advances and innovations that are driving the industry forward.
As well as the Innovation Showcase – a dedicated showcase area in the Innovation Hub for start-ups, SMEs, and innovators to demonstrate their “future-shaping” new products – the Innov8 Talks will provide a platform for start-ups and entrepreneurs to present their healthcare innovations to a panel of industry experts and potential investors. The panel of judges for the Innov8 Talks include representatives from the Dubai Health Authority, Dubai Future Foundation, UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention, and Dubai Science Park, to name a few.
The Innovation Hub will also include a dedicated 3D Medical Printing Zone, hosted in partnership with the Dubai Health Authority and Immensa Technology Labs. Visitors are welcome to see live 3D Printing of medical models in FDM technology and sample models of prosthetic, orthotics, anatomical models, dental models and surgical guides.
Additionally, this year will debut the Experience Zone, powered by Morph Technologies. This new zone, located in Za’abeel Hall 4, will be an opportunity for visitors take a break from the busy exhibition to try out some of the latest innovative technologies in healthcare such as using Augmented and Virtual Reality to take a look at 3D organs or enjoying some friendly competition with our mind control EEG car race, for example.
Key global manufacturers are also utilising the upcoming edition of Arab Health to showcase innovation in the fields of technology, business operations and patient care.
Accompanying the exhibition is a number of business, leadership and Continuing Medical Education (CME) conferences and workshops providing the very latest updates and insights into cutting edge medical procedures, techniques and skills. The Arab Health Congress will feature 11 CME-accredited medical conferences and more than 4,500 delegates and 300 international and regional speakers will be welcomed over the four days of the congress.
Arab Health 2019 will take place from 28 – 31 January 2019, at the Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.