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MEDICAL FAIR INDIA was in top shape for its anniversary with an increase in exhibitors and visitors

05/03/2019

MEDICAL FAIR INDIA proved to be in top shape for its 25th anniversary with a record number of over 600 exhibitors from 25 countries and over 15,000 visitors. MEDICAL FAIR INDIA is the leading trade fair for the Indian healthcare industry and took place from 21 to 23 February in New Delhi (Pragati Maidan Exhibition Center).
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FAMDENT Show to join the MEDICAlliance

22/02/2019

Messe Düsseldorf India has acquired the FAMDENT Show, one of the leading Indian trade events for dental medicine. This means the event will become a member of the MEDICAlliance, the umbrella brand for all global healthcare exhibition activities of the Messe Düsseldorf Group.
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Picture: Always a crowd-puller - the Wearable Technologies Show at the MEDICA

Planning MEDICA 2019, along with a makeover of the hall layout, kicks off

24/01/2019

The planning stage for MEDICA 2019 in Düsseldorf has well and truly kicked off, and exhibitor registrations are flooding in. Based on current industry trends and a lot of personal chats with exhibitors, this internationally leading medical trade fair will have a completely new look at its next edition (18 - 21 November 2019), with a new structural layout for arranging the themes over the halls.
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MEDICAL FAIR INDIA 2019: Indian Health Industry Elite to meet in New Delhi from 21 – 23 February

07/01/2019

From 21 – 23 February 2019 the Indian health industry elite will meet at the 25th MEDICAL FAIR INDIA at the Pragati Maidon Exhibition Center in New Delhi. In excess of 15,000 trade visitors are expected and more than 600 exhibitors have registered for participation in the leading trade fair and platform for healthcare on the most populous subcontinent.
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Bringing more world-class healthcare innovations to the 9th edition of MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND as it moves to a bigger venue

16/11/2018

Southeast Asia’s leading medical and healthcare exhibition, MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND, is set to stage its largest edition to date, as 1,000 exhibitors from 60 countries come together to do business at a new venue next year.
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Medical experts once again were “spoiled for choice” at MEDICA and COMPAMED.

15/11/2018

Once again, decision makers of the international healthcare industry were “spoiled for choice” when it came to the themes at the world’s largest medical trade fair MEDICA and the internationally leading supplier trade fair COMPAMED in Düsseldorf. On the four days of the fair, around 120,000 visitors enjoyed an offer that was more extensive and international than ever before.
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India is booming and the MEDICAlliance is booming with it

28/09/2018

The Indian market for medical device technology and medical products has been booming for years and will also be among the fastest growing markets worldwide in the coming years. Experts forecast the market volume to rise to US$ 50 billion by 2025.
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MEDICA 2018 presents the future of medicine – completely digital, yet with a human touch

21/09/2018

Artificial intelligence, Big Data or IoT (Internet of Things) – we would be hard pressed to find a sector that doesn’t have these terms and the corresponding application options at the top of its agenda. Health economy is no exception, as will once again be apparent at MEDICA in Düsseldorf in November (12 - 15 November 2018).
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MEDICAL FAIR CHINA 2018 - Successful Premiere in Suzhou - 5.478 Top-Experts meet the leading Medical Innovators

17/09/2018

On September 8, the first satellite exhibition of MEDICA in China, Medical Fair China (MFC), successfully came to an end at Suzhou International Expo Center. The exhibition was co-organized by Messe Düsseldorf (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. and China Service Alliance of Medical Devices Innovation, covering a gross area of 10,000 m2, and attracting 5,478 visitors.
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COMPAMED 2018: Medical technology suppliers offer smart technologies for great leaps in medical care

13/09/2018

For some time now, two essential trends have been dominating the field of medical technology and are ensuring short innovation cycles: dematerialization and digitalization. Accordingly, products are increasingly becoming more compact whilst their performance remains the same or is improved, they are increasingly easy to use and as a whole, innovations are driven by software and less by hardware.
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