Once again Arab Health, the most important exposition in the region MENA regarding the medical sector, is ready to bring the global healthcare industry together at the Dubai World Trade Center. From the equipment of diagnostic imaging, to the developments of the surgery with tools of modern robotics , the international exhibition that has always been established in 1975, presents the latest innovations in thehealthcare and represents the ideal place to develop relationships with clients from all over the world.

Due to the Covid19 pandemic, the event has been postponed for a few months. Today, May 23, it will start online until July 22 with conferences on health, innovation and technology while in attendance from 21 to 24 June

Arab Health hosts every year 4,200 Healthcare exhibitors with over 100,000 visitors from all over the world. ITALY Pavilion will host over 40 companies.

What is the appeal for the Italian companies to participate and what are the opportunities? What is the support from the institutions for companies wishing to enter the Gulf Area market?

His Excellency Nicola Lener Ambassador of Italy to the United Arab Emirates replys in an interview conducted on the eve of Arab Health last year.

"Arab Health is a platform of extraordinary value - stated the Ambassador - because it offers great opportunities to companies and healthcare professionals who want to strengthen their presence or make their skills known in a growing market ". The Italian Government will assist Italian companies wishing to enter the Gulf Area market, in addition, the Agency for the Promotion Abroad and the internationalization of Italian Companies (ICE) will also extend their support, adds the Ambassador. - which aims to enhance our strengths in the healthcare and pharmaceutical sector above all by focusing on innovation ”.

Focus on quality is the message of Ambassador Nicola Lener to Italian companies and reminds that “being the Emirates a competitive area with an important purchasing power, it requires medium and long-term investments”.

The medical sector in the MENA region is witnessing a significant growth phase. A recent report by Fitch Solutions suggests that the health care market of the MENA region is expected to grow from $ 185.5 billion in 2019 to $ 243.6 billion in 2023. Arab Health, therefore, represents an important opportunity to meet key players and decision-makers, world producers, wholesalers, distributors.

Waiting for Expo Dubai 2020, the first universal exposition of the MENA region scheduled from 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2022, Arab Health is the second exhibition in attendance after Gulfood since the beginning of the pandemic.

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