25 January 2010

Arab Health Exhibition Preview

Welcome to Arab Health Exhibition, the up and coming main event for the Healthcare Industry. Imagee Consulting has Dan Tidwell on site this week to report about what is becoming the preeminent conference for the Middle East and perhaps the rest of the world.

The Arab Health Exhibition & Congress is, by far, the largest healthcare exhibition in the Middle East, and the second largest in the world. Arab Health is viewed as a must-attend global event in the healthcare calendar. Established 35 years ago, it provides a platform for the world's leading manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors to meet the medical and scientific community in the Middle East and beyond.

At the 2009 event 2205 exhibitors from 59 countries showcased their products and services. Over 56,000 professionals from 145 countries - comprising 70% decision makers and 85% visitors directly involved in purchasing products and services attended Arab Health last year. With the addition of extra halls this number of exhibitors and visitors will grow in 2010.

Arab Health also features the world's largest and most comprehensive conferences program - Arab Health Congress. The 2010 Congress will feature 17 internationally accredited conferences, addressed by 400 eminent and internationally acclaimed speakers and hosting more than 5,500 delegates and conference attendees.

With its line up of innovative educational activities, such as free accredited education and strategic tie ups with regional institutes, Arab Health leads the way in delivering the best interactive opportunities to the show participants and an ideal B2B environment to the audiences.

The Arab Health exhibition delivers to exhibitors the right balance between dealers and distributors, senior decision makers and end users. Arab Health is the business destination of choice for the Middle East Market estimated to be close to $80 billion per year. Due to the huge increase in the expatriate population it is also one of the fastest growing regions with an estimated annual growth of 16%.

Check back in daily to see what the conference offers...