Global Expo’s International Medical Tourism Exhibition & Conference will attract much more exhibitors and footfalls this year as exhibition is positioned in a venue inside the city. The interesting component of this International Medical Tourism Exhibition is much more than getting a B2B it is a B2C, which would bring in much more footfalls of locals and expats.
Under the patronage of the Ministry of Health in Oman and with the help of embassies and CII India, International Medical Tourism Exhibition & Conference 2019, appears forward to welcoming all participants to Oman, a gorgeous nation, the land of warmth, hospitality and comfort.
CII (Confederation of Indian Industries), world’s 1 of the oldest market bodies will bring delegation this year also. There will be a separate pavilion of CII to showcase India’s strength in the Medical Tourism Industry, Ayurveda and Wellness. There will be 30 plus physicians participating from India, as component of the delegation and they will conduct totally free healthcare checkups at the exhibition.
With an established presence of exhibitors, this occasion will allow companies to showcase their solutions and amenities to an impressive array of attendees, such as ambassadors of participating nations, delegates and higher-level physicians and medical consultants.
International Medical Tourism Exhibition & Conference is a worldwide hub for healthcare tourism. Key stakeholders from across the healthcare solutions and healthcare tourism market will come with each other in Oman. Malaysia, Thailand, Iran, Germany and India will showcase their presence in their personal pavilion. The presence of healthcare fraternity and experts across Oman, Middle East, Africa, Asia, Europe and US industry, providing a variety of healthcare advertising options to all clientele involved with the healthcare sector, gives a platform for sufferers and wellness care seekers from Oman and Middle East.
Eyad Bdeir, director of the expo, says, “This medical tourism convention proves to be strategic as more patients from the Sultanate of Oman and Middle East region have expressed preference in seeking medical treatments in countries such as India, Asia, Europe and US market. The convention would attract international medical tourists to the countries with established medical presence and tourism destination, like sea coasts, beautiful hill stations, backwaters and medical tourism centres providing tried and tested allopathic and traditional health and wellness care.”
Information Source: Muscat Daily