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Bio Health Worldwide Online Convenes Global Healthcare Industry in October
More than 50,000 visitors and over 400 companies are expected to take part in this global event that features online business matchmaking, exhibitor webinars, and conference sessions.
September 24, 2020
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Coming soon to a desktop near you, Bio Health Worldwide Online offers networking opportunities to the global healthcare industry through online business matchmaking, exhibitor webinars, and conference sessions. Hosted by Informa, which produces PlasticsToday, and Kotra, Korea's trade and investment organization, the event is scheduled for Oct. 19 to 30.
More than 50,000 visitors and over 400 companies are expected to take part in this global event, which will cover developments in the biologic and pharmaceutical, medical device, and health supplements sectors and provide timely insights on infection control and prevention.
Bio Health Worldwide Online also will highlight Korea’s fast-growing healthcare industry and the country’s strong response to COVID-19. Despite the impact of the pandemic, sales of foreign-invested pharmaceutical companies rose 6.8% year-on-year.
Key components of the event include:
an online matchmaking system connecting buyers and sellers;
webinars allowing exhibitors to showcase their products, services, and technologies;
conference sessions where healthcare professionals can expand their knowledge of key industry issues and explore business opportunities;
a hosted buyer program reserved for individuals with purchasing power or authority to source products and services.
For general information and to register to attend, go to the Bio Health Worldwide Online website. If you are interested in participating, contact the secretariat. Spaces are still available, but participants must register before the Oct. 8 deadline.
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