Together we empower our future healthcare with medical technology - Medical technology is moving faster than ever. It is the best solution to make future healthcare accessible, affordable and - quite simply - better. The TechMed Event, on November 3 and 4 2021 in Twente (TechMed Centre, on the campus of the University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands), is about the latest technical medical developments. And most of all, it’s about creating impact together. Curiosity, collaboration and clinical practice are at the core of this event organized by the TechMed Centre and the WTC Twente in collaboration with MedTech Cluster Twente and GO4EXPORT.
The TechMed Event brings together clinical partners, business relations and researchers. You will get informed and inspired about the latest scientific insights, new innovations and unique technological solutions that will transform healthcare for the benefit of all of us. We believe that curiosity, collaborative research and innovation help to create, discover and set out advances to improve the patient's journey. Customize your own programme, meet leading stakeholders and get inspired by presentations on the future of healthcare.
“We believe in the power of collaboration to develop and accelerate innovative medical technologies that empower our future healthcare.”
GET ON BOARD
Healthcare professionals are more than ever searching for contacts within the MedTech ecosystem to gain and share knowledge and to connect with other experts. In these changing times, opportunities, challenges, new insights, and business partnerships lie ahead. Join us and get on board by collaborating with us and our innovation ecosystem partners in our societal mission to improve healthcare by personalized technologies.
What to expect
In the programme, there is plenty of focus on practical application: how medical innovation from the cooperation between technicians and clinicians can be deployed faster. The development of a business case is a common thread throughout the programme. In addition, the program focuses on creating an accessible way of meeting the leading TechMed stakeholders and MedTech experts. Personalize your experience for the parallel programme, stay sharp and share your opinions in the live chats and discussions.
DAY 13 November | Full day
A full day of inspiration, exploration and networking. During this day you will have access to various sessions related to technology for vascular diseases, neurological diseases, metabolic diseases, movement disorders, oncological imaging, women’s health and there are many options for networking (pitch the crowd sessions, innovation tours, matchmaking meetings and more). Also you can join top-notch keynotes, workshops and many more.
DAY 24 November | Full day
To all businesses and entrepreneurial researchers: join this this opportunity to participate in a B2B 1-on-1 matchmaking program with an exclusive focus on the medical devices supply chain. Identify your match at our platform prior to the event, request meetings with relevant contacts and meet them face-to-face at the event. You can also attennd in the innovation tours and visit the diving spirits within the TechMed ecosystem and get acquainted with these future-proof corporates and research institutes.
PERSONALIZE YOUR PROGRAM
- Explore the latest MedTech updates and innovations.
- Learn from the best medics, scientists, entrepreneurs.
- A hybrid event: A live and digital experience, you don't have to miss anything and can view recorded sessions
- Top-notch keynotes, Talkshows, Meet the experts, Workshops, (Virtual) guided tours & demos, Impact Stories and many more.
- Different stages and Impact pathways to personalize your program.
MEET, CONNECT AND MATCH
- Meet the MedTech community in real life (and digital).
- Equal focus: 1/3 clinicians | 1/3 research | 1/3 Industry.
- Expand your network and find new (business)partners.
- 500 delegates.
- 15 countries represented.
- 350+ healthcare organisations represented.
- 1200 one-to-one meetings.
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TechMed Centre, on the campus of the University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands