ExpoHospital 2016 Partners with Messe Düsseldorf North America for US Event Promotion

April 28, 2016

FISA, the organizer of ExpoHosptial 2016, 6th International Exhibition of Technologies, Products and Services for Hospitals, Clinics and Laboratories, recently appointed Messe Düsseldorf North America to represent the event in the United States.

ExpoHospital will be held Sept. 7-9 in the Espacio Riesco Convention Center in Santiago, Chile. More than 4,000 visitors and 100 national and international exhibitors are expected at the 2016 edition.

ExpoHospital is renowned for its range of innovative technologies and solutions for the healthcare industry. The exhibits will be complemented by the three-day EISACH conference.

Messe Düseldorf’s parent company Messe Düsseldorf is the organizer of MEDICA - the world’s leading international trade fair for the industry, held annually in Düsseldorf, Germany.

“We are thrilled to have been awarded the opportunity to help US companies enter into or to expand their business in the lucrative Latin American marketplace by offering our services to make participation easier and more cost-effective,” said Thomas Mitchell, President of Messe Düsseldorf North America.

He added, “As the US subsidiary of Messe Düsseldorf in Germany, one of the leading trade fair organizers who manages events in many different countries worldwide, we have extensive knowledge in this field. We are experienced in taking care of US participations at many trade fairs around the globe.”

The specialist visitors at ExpoHospital 2016 will include professionals and executives from the health sector, hospitals, clinics, laboratories and diagnostics centers with purchase making authority.

The venue of ExpoHospital 2016 offers numerous advantages to establish new business opportunities due to the U.S. Chilean Free Trade Agreement and the country’s political and economic stability.

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