Showcase your latest in preventive & post-diagnostic treatment solutions


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

Preventive & post-diagnostic treatments

Arab Health - the largest healthcare business platform in the MENA region is the perfect avenue for you to showcase your latest preventive & post-diagnostic treatment solutions 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.

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.

See who attends to source preventive & post-diagnostic treatment solutions:

Nature of business of the attendees

Job function of the attendees


Geographical breakdown of the attendees

Purchasing power of the attendees

The preventive & post-diagnostic treatment industry:

Patients are today increasingly aware that preventive measures allow them to have a better-quality and stress-free life. Along with affordability, easy availability of diagnostic devices capable of early detection of the asymptomatic diseases is expected to fuel growth in this sector. The global preventive healthcare technologies and services market size was valued at US$ 139.1 billion in 2015 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 12% between 2018 to 2024. This growth can be attributed to the increasing prevalence of lifestyle-associated and other chronic diseases. The report further highlighted that pharmaceutical companies are also taking a keen interest in preventive medicine and consider it to be a growth area in the coming years. For example, as part of the Vision 2030 plan, Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Health plans to spend up to SAR 23 billion by 2020 to reform primary healthcare. The government has also been promoting a healthy lifestyle through online campaigns, creating walking areas and conducting preliminary screening/health checks. 

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