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Omnia Health Live Africa attendees will access over 30 clinical and business sessions that will feature more than 110 global speakers.
With COVID-19 impacting almost every aspect of day-to-day life, it may not be ‘business as usual’ as yet. However, if you are looking to stay up to date on the latest developments within the African healthcare industry and be connected with the healthcare community at this critical time, from 12 to 16 October log on to Omnia Health Live Africa – a five-day, free-to-attend virtual expo.
As the largest virtual healthcare tradeshow of its kind in the continent, Omnia Health Live (OHL) Africa’s mission is to connect buyers and sellers in a conducive business environment. The virtual event will unite the most innovative and knowledgeable minds from the African healthcare communities. It's a platform designed for attendees to engage, discover and learn from online tools and apps for seamless networking with suppliers.
OHL Africa has been built from the ground up to be a truly African event. Medical equipment manufacturers and healthcare solution providers from both Africa and the international community will congregate to develop new business ties and establish existing relationships with African hospital procurement teams, dealers, distributors, clinicians and healthcare professionals.
Moreover, the teams behind renowned expos such as Africa Health, North Africa Health, Medic East Africa and Medic West Africa have joined forces for the event, ensuring unrivalled access to all four corners of the continent. These four leading shows cater to an audience of over 125,000 healthcare and industry trade professionals.
Running for the last 10 years, Africa Health attracts more than 10,000 visitors delivering a hosted buyer programme including Ministers, Government Delegations and CEOs of leading hospitals from across sub-Saharan Africa. This has enabled deeper learning and fostering of relationships, which all leads to further collaboration, knowledge exchange and more business in Southern Africa.
On the other hand, Kenya’s ambitions for achieving widespread healthcare coverage has led to Medic East Africa being the biggest medical trade fair in Eastern Africa. This show has enabled health professionals to discover thousands of products and evaluate the latest competing solutions in healthcare across all product categories within the region. Medic East Africa has been bringing its healthcare community together for seven years attracting 4,000 visitors including top government officials and private sector executives.
While Nigeria’s rapidly developing healthcare sector has brought the latest innovations in healthcare in the spotlight for eight years through Medic West Africa. As the leading business event for healthcare product manufacturers and service providers under one roof, Medic West Africa connects more than 4,500 healthcare and medical laboratory professionals looking to source the latest healthcare equipment. The event has established itself as the leading healthcare business platform in the West African region.
Furthermore, for 13 years, North Africa Health has brought together more than 5,000 healthcare providers, medical practitioners, manufacturers, eHealth experts, key buyers, distributors, policymaker’s stakeholders from North Africa to meet, learn and do business. The show has an unparalleled level of access to education, distributors, hospitals and government in the north of Africa.
OHL Africa will bring together policy drivers, thought leaders, expert clinicians and decision-makers in order to transform healthcare's most pressing challenges through collaboration and empowerment. Attendees will access over 30 clinical and business sessions that will feature more than 110 global speakers who will empower the virtual audience with access to the latest healthcare industry content. All the sessions are built to suit African time zones.
The event has adopted six pillars as the foundation for the knowledge-sharing sessions. These include Patient Safety, Leadership, Diagnostics, Infrastructure, Supply Chain and Evidence-Based Medicine. The pillars have been carefully curated to address African specific healthcare issues with topical and relevant information and education.
By collaborating with global thought leaders and innovators, OHL Africa intends to give back to the global community of healthcare professionals by providing Continuing Professional Development (CPD) resources and insights into the newest best practices, techniques and technologies to healthcare's toughest challenges.
The agenda for the event has been formulated for attendees to make the most of the sessions and have ample time to network and conduct meetings.
For more info visit live.omnia-health.com/Africa