10th & 11th March 2020
The Business Design Centre, London

Why Exhibit

Exhibit and be part of the largest show for disruptive technology in Europe. Our show attracts key industry influencers, global thought leaders and healthcare decision makers, meaning this is an opportunity not to be missed.

With our show’s focus on innovation, you will have the chance to be part of conversations happening at the forefront of medical revolution, alongside the exposure that is provided by being part of a larger show: securing one stand will attract the delegates and press from across all our events.

Co-located with Wearable Technology Show and the AVR360 Show this event gives your company an opportunity to engage with senior health care decision makers - Clinicians, CCO’s, CCIO’s, IT Heads and CCG’s looking to apply technology in the heart of London.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Developer Workshop
Bring a 2-day developer workshop to the show and put your products and services to an audience who will help grow your user base and bottom line . We provide the audience and build a dedicated theatre (based on 40 attendees)

Lanyard Sponsor
Your logo around the neck of every delegate, exhibitor and speaker at the show.

After Hours Networking Party Sponsor
Grab the attention of our audience post the show at our famous After Party. Sponsors have an opportunity to present in informal surroundings and enjoy pre show promotion. Access to the party list of VIP guests, speakers, press and exhibitors.

There are also some exclusive, limited opportunities to become our Health Innovation Award Sponsor – become a judge of the number one award in tech, and benefit from the press coverage, with your name registered alongside our previous sponsors such as IBM and Nokia Withings.

To find out more about the opportunities at the show, please get in touch.


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