Showcase your latest in healthcare & general services

As the largest healthcare platform in the MENA region, with participants and attendees from all over the world, Arab Health remains a priority for healthcare professionals in the industry.

This is your once in a year opportunity to do business with your target audience.

27 - 30 January 2020

Dubai World Trade Centre

Healthcare & general services

Arab Health - the largest healthcare business platform in the MENA region is the perfect avenue for you to showcase your latest healthcare & general services to an engaged audience that are looking for new business opportunities. 

For Arab Health 2020, we’ll be doing things differently. The Arab Health 2020 exhibition show floor will be split into sectors according to main product categories. Exhibitor stands will be located on the show floor according to a product category applicable to their business.

Product categories include

  • Healthcare authorities
  • Healthcare providers
  • Medical research & development
  • Facilities management
  • Healthcare finance & investment
  • HR & recruitment
  • Marketing / advertising / communications

See who attends to source healthcare & general services:

Nature of business of the attendees

Job function of the attendees

Geographical breakdown of the attendees

Purchasing power of the attendees

The healthcare & general services industry:

Global healthcare expenditures are expected to continue to rise as spending is projected to increase at an annual rate of 5.4% between 2017-2022, from US$ 7.724 trillion to US$ 10.059 trillion. The emergence of personalised medicine, increased use of technologies, entry of disruptive and non-traditional competitors, the demand for expanded care delivery sites, and revamped payment models are all impacting the financial performance of the healthcare ecosystem. Current Healthcare Expenditure (CHE) in the GCC is projected to reach US$ 104.6 billion in 2022, registering a CAGR of 6.6% from an estimated US$ 76.1 billion in 2017. An Alpen Capital report highlighted that the UAE and Oman are likely to witness growth rates of above 9 per cent in the coming years, in anticipation of a fast-growing population, implementation of mandatory health insurance and above regional average medical inflation rates.

Amidst an ageing and expanding population, and the increasing prevalence of lifestyle diseases, the healthcare sector is fast emerging as a priority for Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries as they work to diversify their economies away from a reliance on oil production.

The report will focus on infrastructure investments and how customer centricity will play an increasingly important role in the evolution of the region’s healthcare industry with patient experience becoming a priority for both public and private players. Major developments in technology, an influx of medical tourists, as well as changing patient needs are also emerging as major drivers for the bourgeoning GCC healthcare landscape.

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French Healthcare, which made its debut at Arab Health 2019, is a brand that seeks to promote French assets including its globally recognised public health model, more

In a world characterised by an ageing population and increasing costs, improving healthcare value by delivering better health outcomes to patients at lower costs has become a critical more

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Other sectors at Arab Health include: