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As the APAC region benefits from strong economic growth, the opportunity and demand witnessed by the healthcare sector is rife. APAC’s clinical laboratory industry is estimated to be the fastest growing region in the presence of developmental opportunities for market expansion. This can be attributed to the presence of developing economies such as India and China, as well as the rising burden of diseases, and favourable government policies within the region. This landscape makes Medlab Asia the ideal platform for buyers and sellers to connect and engage, in the convenient business hub of Singapore, which is the world’s fourth best healthcare infrastructure.
From the organisers of leading international exhibition brands: Medlab, Arab Health, Hospitalar and FIME, from 10 - 12 June 2020 over 5,000 professionals will come together to experience Asia Pacific’s most valuable platform for the laboratory medicine industry to connect and engage in business trade.
Today’s digital world cannot replace the power of face-to-face communication. Gain access to 250+ exhibitors from more than 24 countries worldwide. Spend time and build relationships for the long term.
Your time out of the office requires a return on investment. Spend only three days sourcing and negotiating across a wide variation of medical laboratory equipment, devices and instruments for distribution or placement within Hospitals and Clinics.
Network and engage with hundreds of exhibitors pre-event and during the event based on your attendance objectives. Let us match you to save you time and ensure you get the best possible return on investment for your time and money.
As an accompaniment to the exhibition, Medlab Asia will host 9 CME-accredited conferences. This year’s congress includes anatomic pathology and roundtable discussions on quality control, body fluid evaluation and the role of the lab in patient safety.