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Miami, Florida: As the medical industry gears up for the popular FIME Exhibition & Congress which is set to take place from 2nd to 4th August 2016 in Miami Beach Convention Centre in Miami, Florida, U.S., regular attendees and newcomers alike are excited by the prospect of a ‘new’ FIME under new management.
FIME, which attracts more than 20,000 attendees from across North, Central and South America, will be run by Informa’s Life Sciences Exhibitions Division which operates 26 exhibitions and more than 100 conferences yearly covering African, Middle Eastern, European and Asian markets. The largest of these is the Arab Health Exhibition & Congress in Dubai, United Arab Emirates; the second largest healthcare trade show in the world.
According to Simon Page, Managing Director, Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions: “The recent acquisition of FIME fits in firmly with our goal of expanding our international trade show operations in the region and with our existing portfolio of life sciences events across the globe. FIME will generate substantial value for our customers and partners by driving further product innovation and deeper engagement in these specific markets and it will send a positive message on the strength of commercial value opportunities within the medical device industry as a whole.”
While FIME’s primary focus will remain across four specific industry sectors – medical technology, medical products & supplies, medical services, and medical equipment – the new format and structure of the trade show means that attendees will be offered enhanced opportunities discover the latest medical technologies and cutting-edge devices from across the globe. With 38 participating countries, the international scope of the event is apparent with visitors able to source products and medical services from across all continents.
The Dealers & Distributors Wall, an area dedicated to facilitating business relationships between visitors and exhibitors, will be a welcomed addition to the show as trade show visitors increasingly look for ways to fast-track their communications channels to deal more directly with exhibitors.
Under Informa’s stewardship, FIME will now offer a multi-speciality workshop programme in line with Informa’s motto of ‘Exhibition with Education’ providing an unrivalled knowledge-sharing and business networking platform for healthcare trade professionals in the region. The seminar agenda will focus on rules and regulations governing medical devices in the U.S. and Latin America, as well as U.S. FDA compliance procedures, import and export processes, and the challenges of dealers and distributors entering the U.S. medical devices market.
The workshop programme is designed to offer practical advice on how to position your business at the forefront of the healthcare industry through creating sustainable supply chains, powerhouse management strategies, empowering your workforce, better project management and leveraging digital marketing to enable your business to thrive.
Commenting on the importance of combining business opportunities with actionable skills through education, Page says “We identified that FIME attendees would benefit from the addition of a strategic workshop programme that would give them the right tools to be confident about their business strategy for expansion and to have a clear understanding on the business trends that will ultimately shape their business.”
Some of the key speakers addressing the audience of c-suit executives, government officials, hospital management, clinicians, technicians and business development professionals include Richard Vincins, Vice President of QA/RA, Emergo, USA; Shelly Garg, Attorney – FDA Practice Group, Sandler, Travis and Rosenberg, USA; Divya Khullar, Managing Partner, www.USAPatents.com, USA; Maggie Morales-Perez,President & CEO, Healthcare International Partners, USA; Juliana Negrini and Nathalia Medina, Vera Rosas Group, Brazil; and Lucas Rodrigues, Passarini Consulting, Mexico.