Open call for innovations to join fight in improving healthcare delivery worldwide
Cutting edge businesses, start-ups, researchers, scientists and entrepreneurs are being encouraged to present their latest healthcare innovations to an influential audience who have the ability to take their solutions to the next level around the world.
Organised in association with the UK International Healthcare Management Association, Future Healthcare is the UK’s largest exhibition and conference showcasing healthcare products and services to a global audience. Taking place at Olympia London from 18-19 March 2019, Future Healthcare gathers more than 4,000 buyers from 65 countries for two days of education, networking and cross border purchasing.
The Call for Innovations is now open for anyone who believes they can help make a difference to the way in which healthcare is delivered around the world.
Successful applicants will have the opportunity to exhibit within the Innovations Pavilion and pitch their product or service in the Innovations Theatre to a line-up of VIP judges that help drive innovation through incubator and accelerator programmes, partnerships and investments.
Event Director Dawn Barclay-Ross comments: “Whether high-tech or low-tech, at the ideas stage, or a commercialised product, we’re seeking applications from anyone who thinks they have an innovation or service that can challenge conventional methods of healthcare delivery.
“Gathering thousands of policy makers, buyers, practitioners, investors and distributors from around the world, Future Healthcare 2019 is a fantastic springboard to finding new business and investment on the international stage.
The 2018 event gathered senior buyers from the likes of the Cleveland Clinic, Ministry of Health Oman, Moorfields Private Hospital, Horsens Hospital Denmark, Nelson Mandela Clinical Service for Africa, and NHS trusts from across London and the UK.
Anyone joining the speaker-line-up will speak alongside a distinguished list of healthcare and innovation experts, including: Stephen Dorell, Chair of the NHS Confederation; Amanda Begley, Director of Innovation at University College London; Stephen Hill, Mobility Partner Executive, Healthcare EMEIA at Apple; Laura Boyd, NHS Innovation Accelerator; and Sam Shah, Director for Digital Development, NHS England.
All entries should be made online at http://www.futurehealthcareuk.com/callForInnovations.php before 30 November. For anyone interested in attending, the exhibition is free of charge for pre registered visitors and there is now an early bird rate in operation for the conference – delegates can save £200 by booking before 30 November.
For further information on Future Healthcare 2019, visit www.futurehealthcareuk.com.