Dubai, Nov 26: The 2023 edition of Arab Health
will return to the Dubai World Trade Centre from 30th January – 2nd February
under the show's theme, 'Innovation and Sustainability in Healthcare', the
organisers have said. The participation of exhibitor companies is also
anticipated to rise, increasing from 2,828 to over 3,000 from 70 countries,
according to Informa Markets.
Arab Health has underscored its position as the epicentre of healthcare
trade and reaffirmed its support for global businesses and governments by
securing AED2.8 billion worth of healthcare industry-related contracts,
according to a GRS Explori Exhibitor Survey during the 2022 edition, which was
held in Dubai in January last.
The exhibition plays an integral role in supporting UAE Government
initiatives such as ‘Make it in the Emirates’, a platform for developing the
UAE’s industrial sector and enhancing its role in the national economy by
focusing on 11 priority sectors, including pharmaceuticals and medical
Ross Williams, Exhibition Director for Informa Markets, said, "Arab
Health has an instrumental role in bringing together regional and international
policy drivers, thought leaders, and healthcare professionals through trade and
innovation. This helps to address healthcare challenges but also showcases the
initiatives undertaken by the Government in the UAE to support the entire
healthcare ecosystem, be that through ease of access to set-up in the region or
by providing a platform for the adoption of innovative technologies and
creating partnerships with leading hospitals and medical technology companies.
“Arab Health 2022 welcomed over 53,000 attendees from 184 countries and,
in the process, concluded deals worth over AED2.8 billion. This not only
cements the UAE’s position as an integral place for the healthcare industry to
do business, but it also underscores the importance of the event for a global healthcare
Arab Health will feature nine product sectors, showcasing the latest
technology and innovations in disposables, orthopaedics, healthcare and general
services, imaging, medical devices, IT, wellness and prevention, and
infrastructure and assets.
Rounding out the product sectors is the Transformation Zone, which will
include start-up companies and innovators showcasing their latest products and
talking about the future at the Transformation Talks, as well as Product
Showcase and the popular Innov8 Talks, which will provide start-ups and
entrepreneurs from around the world with the opportunity to present their
healthcare innovations to a panel of industry experts and potential investors.
A total of 10 Continuing Medical Education (CME) conferences will take
place during the four days of Arab Health 2023, welcoming an anticipated 3,200
delegates and 550 international speakers. Internal Medicine, Paediatrics and
Anaesthesia and Pain Management are new additions to the conferences this year.
Popular returning tracks include Obs & Gyne, Orthopaedics, Total
Radiology, Surgery, Emergency Medicine, and Quality Management. Under
sustainability themes, Informa Markets has introduced the ‘Better Stands’
initiative, which will encourage exhibitors to move away from disposable
exhibition stands and ensure all core elements, such as walls, archways, and
counters, are constructed in a way where they can be reused. Arab Health will
also be powered by renewable energy.
To register for the event, visit www.arabhealthonline.com.