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Discover the region’s most established international medical and healthcare exhibition in the region
MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND 2023 |13-15 September @ BITEC, Bangkok |16-22 September – Digital
Thailand continues to gain recognition as a regional healthcare hub with its world-class offerings of
medical facilities and services to both domestic and international patients. The country’s healthcare
industry is supported by a strong infrastructure of hospitals, clinics, and medical schools, as well as a
talented pool of medical professionals.
Also gaining momentum is Thailand’s positioning as an attractive destination for medical tourism, offering advanced medical treatments at a lower cost than many other countries. In recent years, the Thai government has taken steps to promote the medical tourism industry, from tax incentives to private hospitals to establishing special economic zones for medical tourism. With its favorable location and growing reputation, Thailand is well-positioned to become a leading healthcare hub in the region.
On the back of Thailand and the region’s dynamic medical and healthcare landscape, almost six
months ahead of the exhibition MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND 2023 is almost sold out, and will feature a
comprehensive show floor from diagnostics, wearable technology, connected healthcare solutions,
rehabilitation and therapy equipment, 3D printing technology, and now – medical technology
(MedTech) components, processes and solutions.
As the region’s leading specialist trade fair for the medical and healthcare sectors for the past two decades, MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND serves the full value chain and end-to-end needs of the medical and healthcare sectors and continues to be the leading exhibition for medical and healthcare buyers and professionals looking to meet their sourcing objectives, gain industry insights and to share best practices.
International line-up and highlights
MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND 2023 gears up for 10th edition with strong international line-up and highlights
- Over 50,000 products and service offerings
- Product demonstrations and technical presentations
- 700 exhibitors and national and country pavilions from around the world 12,000 trade visitors, including healthcare professionals
- Special Zones: Start-Up Park, Community Care Pavilion, New – Medical Manufacturing Pavilion
- Concurrent seminars and events Wearable Technologies Conference 12 Sep
What you need to know
New! Medical Manufacturing Pavilion
making its debut next year, is the special themed pavilion focused on medical manufacturing processes and components – from new materials, intermediate products, packaging and services to microprocessors and nanotechnology.
Community Care Pavilion
special focus on mental health the Community Care Pavilion returns once again in 2023 with a special spotlight on mental health with a showcase featuring digital mental health technologies, from smart medicine to therapeutic medical equipment. Its mainstay of addressing the needs of ageing societies on the back of rising chronic diseases and an ageing population, the pavilion will also feature a full suite of geriatric medicine, rehabilitative equipment, assistive technology, and mobility products.
Returning to the show floor for the third time and fast gaining ground as a signature feature at MEDICAL FAIR THAILAND, is the Start-Up Park – a strategic platform particularly for companies with ready-to-market healthcare solutions to meet relevant buyers and partners, industry influencers, experts, and potential investors. From innovative healthcare industry solutions, health apps and new tools for gathering and AI-supported analysis of health data, to robotic assistance systems and new approaches in diagnostics – the Start-Up Park is a must-see for all visitors!
Drive in demand for medical and healthcare products and services:
- In line with Thailand’s 4.0 policy, the Thai government considers the healthcare industry to be a priority sector for investment
- Thailand’s proportion of citizens aged over 60 years, is forecast to be one of the highest in ASEAN by 2045 and will also exceed countries such as Europe and the United States
- More than three million Thais suffering from poor mental health – demand for healthcare solutions will rise
- A return to normal uptake of services in hospitals and clinics
- A rebound in the market for medical tourism
- Growing interest in personal health and wellness, which will then drive greater demand for Personal Protective Equipment, telemedicine, healthcare
- The ageing of society and rising rates of non-communicable diseases (especially for hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, and strokes)