Med-Tech Innovation Expo will deliver a jam-packed conference and seminar programme for 4,000+ visitors at the Birmingham NEC in May. With the introduction of a third conference stage for the 2019 show, the organisers of the UK & Ireland’s leading medical device design and manufacturing technology event are offering even more learning opportunities for their visitors.

Med-Tech Innovation Expo is a platform for new products, services and even company launches. As the event grows year on year, so too does the number of new products and ideas on the show floor. Providing a platform for these developments, the annual exhibition will now include a brand-new conference stage: Med-Tech Introducing.

On the Med-Tech Introducing stage, exhibitors and their partners will deliver quick-fire presentations introducing the latest news, innovations, applications, materials and more. Speakers already confirmed include MD-TEC, Boddingtons Plastics, Bemis Healthcare Packaging and Datalink Electronics.
Returning after a smash-hit introduction at last year’s expo, the HealthTech Stage speaker programme is filling up fast. Attendees are advised to get to their chosen presentations early to avoid disappointment. It was standing room only in 2018, and with the likes of Innovate UK, the Association of British HealthTech Industries (ABHI) and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) presenting this year, the organisers are anticipating another record-breaking turnout.

As in previous years, the Med-Tech Innovation Conference (produced in association with Medilink UK), will provide insight and intelligence from a wide range of major OEMs, government officials and industry experts. With presentations from Boston Scientific, MHRA, NHS England and more, the conference will continue to set the agenda for debate in the medical technology sector for the coming year.
Dave Gray, group editor at Med-Tech Innovation News said: “There is a lot to be gained from attending any one of the three conference stages. You’ll find world-class experts offering insights on everything from implantable devices, the impact of Brexit on the medtech industry and digital start-ups to women in medical plastics, the recycling of medical devices and efficient design for patients and organisations.

“Our approach to curating conference content in 2019 has been to source speakers who will be able to provoke new conversations. Innovation and collaboration can only happen when the right people are in the room. We’re also offering something for every type of stakeholder. Between the three stages, there is content aimed at engineers, startups, clinicians, corporate leaders, regulators and much more besides.”

Med-Tech Innovation Expo will be held 15-16 May 2019 in Hall 2 at the NEC, Birmingham (UK). Visit www.med-techexpo.com to find out more about the event, conference programme and 200+ exhibitors, and to register for your free visitor badge.