Home » Products & Services » Future Healthcare 2018 Exhibition and Conference, 13-14 March 2018, Olympia London

Future Healthcare 2018 Exhibition and Conference, 13-14 March 2018, Olympia London

The Future Healthcare 2018 Exhibition and Conference at Olympia London, is an event not to be missed. Organised in association with UKIHMA, this is the only event in the UK dedicated to showcasing products and services in sustainable and affordable healthcare solutions on a global scale. Future Healthcare 2018 is on track to host more than 4,000 attendees from 45 countries with exhibitors from 25 countries.

Excitingly, the conference will be opened by Lord James O’Shaughnessy and Philanthropist and Entrepreneur of Dragon’s Den James Caan. Experts will address the biggest challenges facing 21st century healthcare and will explain how advances in innovation will offer greater integration and collaboration to better serve future generations, in both the public and private sector.

“International Hospitals Group (IHG) are delighted that this event will be happening in the UK, especially at this pivotal point in the future of healthcare.” Chester King, Chairman IHG Asia.

“I would like to convey my appreciation to the Future Healthcare team, for facilitating an innovating event and nurturing collaborative brilliance.”

Invest in Health Theatre is a unique initiative. Event Director Dawn Barclay-Ross is delighted by the take up for this: “There has been huge interest in this initiative, meaning that we already have 30 young companies ready to participate in the theatre where a host of companies willing to consider offering investment to develop inspiring and life-saving projects both in the UK and internationally will be listening.” Participants will have 10 minutes to tell the audience why their innovations are shaping the future of healthcare around the world.

visit wwww.futurehealthcareuk.com


Check Also


Can Digitalisation Help Sex Up The Social Care Sector?

Retaining and attracting care staff remains a key challenge for most providers. Meanwhile, the digitalisation of social care is still an area with a lot remaining to be seen. How technology can help bump up a somewhat dated image is not too strange though. In the actual job, not many ...