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Exhibition & Conference Future Healthcare Returns To London In 2019

FutureHealthcareFuture Healthcare, a pioneering event showcasing innovative healthcare in the 21st century will be returning to London for the second time in March 2019.

Held at Olympia London from 18-19 March 2019, Future Healthcare 2019 will showcase hundreds of products, services and leading innovations that can support sustainable healthcare systems across the private and public sectors across the world.

Event Director, Dawn Barclay-Ross in announcement of the 2019 edition said: “Following a hugely successful launch event last year, Future Healthcare 2019 is set to be a major meeting of innovators, thought leaders, key buyers, practitioners and policy makers in healthcare from all over the world. They come to London to promote collaborative thinking and development, to find the technological solutions needed to support sustainable healthcare systems and to understand how to better serve future generations of patients. The UK has always been a major hub for healthcare research and technological innovation and Future Healthcare 2019 is a unique opportunity to showcase these solutions on a global scale at a truly international event that attracts visitors from over 55 countries.”

With 70% of stand space now sold, Future Healthcare 2019 is on track to host over 200 exhibitors ready to demonstrate how their solutions and technologies are shaping the future of healthcare.

For further information regarding exhibiting, speaking and sponsorship opportunities at Future Healthcare 2019, visit www.futurehealthcareuk.com, email dawn@futurehealthcareuk.com or call
+44 (0) 203 740 4666

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