Holland Pavilion | CMEF 2020

Do you want to present your company at Asia Pacific’s largest Medical Device event?

The spring edition of this biannual tradefair is the most internationally oriented version, attracting as many as 200,000 visitors from over 100+ countries, as well as 4.500 exhibitors from 30 countries in 2019. More information is available on the website here.

What to expect?

Your own company booth on an orange eye-catching pavilion with joint lounge | 2000,000 Visitors and buyers including government procurement agencies, hospital buyers & dealers from 100+ countries and regions | 90% Visitors come from medical institutions/ distributors & agents

A powerful Holland Pavilion

At the large and busy CMEF Spring edition, the Holland Pavilion offers you a unique and professional stand with excellent opportunities to exhibit your product and services and receive guests. This way, you are guaranteed to stand out from the crowd at this huge fair! Furthermore, we will take care of the majority of the preparations- and organisation process for you. Although we put great emphasis on a unified appearance, it is important to us that your company’s identity is retained within the Pavilion.

Participation Fees

Depending on your needs you can choose from four options for participation. For more info on options and costs, click on button below.

*SIB Mission Voucher € 1,500.-: You may be eligible for a SIB Mission voucher offered by RVO.nl. With a mission voucher, SME’s can receive a financial compensation up to € 1,500.- towards the participation fee. To find out if you are eligible for the mission voucher, click here for more information.

Registration

You can register through the attached form, returning it before the 3rd of February 2020 to:

  • Email: jennifer.schrage@tfhc.nl
  • Please note! If you want to be sure of a space within the Holland Pavilion @ CMEF 2020, apply on time because there is limited space available and: First come first served!

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Source: Task Force Health Care

 

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