With over 4,500 exhibitors from 66 countries and more than 81,000 visitors from all over the world, MEDICA in Düsseldorf is one of the largest medical B2B trade fairs in the world. A wide range of innovative healthcare equipment and services from the fields of medical imaging, laboratory technology, diagnostics, health IT, mobile health as well as physiotherapy/orthopaedic technology and medical consumables are presented here. The extensive programme of first-class forums, conferences and special shows provides opportunities for interesting presentations and discussions with experts and politicians and also includes pitches of new products and award ceremonies.
Economic data for Germany
Future prospects for “Medical Technology”
Despite Corona, the companies generated around 34 billion in total sales in 2021, around 3 percent higher than in 2019. Medical technology remains a growing cornerstone of the German economy, but expectations are subdued and sales growth is expected to be lower in 2022. The industry has a positive outlook for the future due to demographic trends, particularly in mature economies, and high levels of healthcare investment in many emerging markets. The market is also being driven by the increasing importance of “health” as a commodity and by new and further technological developments. However, the German medical technology industry’s participation in the growth potential will increasingly depend on the European legal framework and a positive investment climate.
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