Medilink UK is delighted to host the British Pavilion at one of the world’s largest gathering of healthcare and trade professionals, Arab Health 2020.
With an excess of 100,000 visitors from UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar and Northern Africa – Arab Health provides UK companies the ideal opportunity to grow internationally and do business in the Middle East. The Medilink Pavilion offers healthcare specialists the chance to exhibit on a high quality, UK branded custom stand while being supported by Medilink’s exhibition and international trade specialists.
The Medilink team are experienced and accomplished in delivering specialist international pavilions to ensure our clients make the most of international exhibiting opportunities. Our international experts have extensive knowledge of global networks, with existing valued international relationships that support British healthcare organisations to achieve their exporting goals.
When and where? Arab Health 2020 will take place on 27 - 30 January 2020 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
Arab Health has continued to grow each year, by attracting key industry experts and influential decision-makers from the Middle East and the rest of the world.
What did Arab Health 2019 look like?
• Over 4,150+ exhibiting companies
• More than 100,000 healthcare and trade professional visitors
• Visitors from 150+ countries
The UAE healthcare market is destined for significant growth in the near future. This makes Arab Health 2020 the ideal place to meet more than 100,000 visitors and utilise this networking opportunities with the Middle East’s healthcare sector.
The Medilink International team provided a unique service to to exhibitors, with pre-show administrative assistance and full spectrum support in market - from international trade advice, free refreshments and stand assistance.
Funding is available to support companies with the cost of exhibiting at Arab Health, due to Medilink’s valuable partnership with the Department for International Trade (in the form of £2,000 TAP grants). The grants are subject to eligibility criteria and due to a limited amount, offered on a first come, first served basis.
Photography: Arab Health Media Gallery