The African health care market is booming. With MEDEXPO fair that will take place in Ethiopia from 21st - 23rd March, 2019 at The Millennium Hall. It is oriented to meet the increasing demand for medical manufacturing products, equipment, machinery, services, and solutions. The event profiles exhibitors from over 20 countries, innovative solutions from leading market players for the benefit of medical technology buyers from across the East African region.
Africa is one of the most promising growth markets for medical technology anywhere in the world. The backlog demand is huge and exceeds investments. While public money is being invested predominantly in basic medical services, private hospitals and laboratories is the driving force behind modernizing the sector. They are investing in high-end technology to satisfy the rising demand.
The product portfolio at the MEDEXPO will comprise of innovations from around the world that specifically target the African healthcare market. The exhibitors will present the entire spectrum of products from all relevant sectors: medical technology, hospital, health center and clinic equipment, rehabilitation, equipment for pharmacies and dispensaries, and furniture. Participating countries will include China, Malaysia, United Kingdom, Russia Turkey, France, Ethiopia and many others alongside numerous domestic exhibitors.
According to medical professionals in the region: “It will be the most important and relevant trade exhibition for industry professionals in the medical field to source for products, meet new business contacts, build partnerships, and keep abreast of industry trends and developments.
MEDEXPO’s continuous and growing importance to the region and beyond has been demonstrated by the success of exhibitions in the past which continues to attract an increasing number of companies looking to do business in Africa as the region’s healthcare sector continues on a robust growth path
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