Arab Health 2023 underscored its position as the epicentre of healthcare trade with over 3,000 exhibitors from 70 countries. Arab Health 2023 underscored its position as the epicentre of healthcare trade with over 3,000 exhibitors from 70 countries. The 2023 edition of Arab Health Exhibition, which is the largest fair of the Middle East for the medical and pharmaceutical industry, was held for the 48th time this year in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, between 30th January – 2nd February 2023 with over 3,000 exhibitors from 70 countries and more than 130,000 healthcare professionals attending from 163 countries.
The 2023 edition of Arab Health returned to the Dubai World Trade Centre from 30th January – 2nd February under the show’s theme, ‘Innovation and Sustainability in Healthcare’ with its big potential. Exhibitor companies also rose, 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.
180 Turkish companies was visited by tens of thousands of people
A total of 180 Turkish companies showed up at the fair, where Türkiye’s national participation organization was organized for the 4th time this year by the Istanbul Chemicals and Products Exporters’ Association (IKMIB).
Last year, Türkiye took part in the fair, which was visited by more than 80 thousand professionals, with a country stand of 666 square meters. The fair, which was visited by tens of thousands of people, hosted 3 thousand participants this year.
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 technology.
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 new 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 audience.”
Arab Health Exhibition, which is the largest fair of the Middle East for the medical and pharmaceutical industry, was held for the 48th time this year in Dubai, United Arab Emirates with over 3,000 exhibitors from 70 countries and more than 130,000 healthcare professionals attending from 163 countries.
Arab Health 2023 featured 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.
Next Live edition of the event, Arab Health 2024 will be held between 29 January – 1 February 2024 in Dubai World Trade Centre.