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‘With both featuring exhibits at three-dimensional (3-D) booths simultaneously, Medical Taiwan will be a perfect online/offline platform that pulls exhibitors and buyers together and helps usher in business opportunities in the healthcare industry, thereby promoting continuous development of international economy and trade,’ the organiser points out. Using virtual reality (VR) technology, 3-D booths will exhibit 700 medical products from more than 200 medical device manufacturers.
A tour broadcast will transport visitors around international exhibitors
For the physical exhibition, a ‘trade show tour’ broadcast will transport viewers to some of the latest products and technologies, and see the international healthcare players with no social distancing. Visitors will be able to explore an entire epidemic-prevention ecosystem, the organiser adds, as well as the latest smart healthcare solutions. ‘Taiwan’s high-quality epidemic prevention products and the potential of its digital healthcare industry are on full display. One of the highlights – TAITRA’s Taiwan Anti-COVID-19 Pavilion – is instrumental in facilitating medical and healthcare information exchanges via video conferencing, matching and allocation of medical materials, sharing of epidemic prevention experiences and updates of medical technology. It shows what Taiwan’s healthcare industry can offer to the whole world.’
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Online sourcing meetings will connect with buyers
The Taiwan government lists biotech and medical technology industries among the country’s six core strategic industries. ‘The policy resonates in various government agencies, industry associations and research institutes and many of which, such as Ministry of Health and Welfare, Industrial Development Bureau, Metal Industries Research & Development Centre, Taiwan Medical and Biotech Industry Association, Taipei Medical Instruments Commercial Association, Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan Nonwoven Fabrics Industry Association, Footwear and Recreation Technology Research Institute and Taiwan Sports Technology Association, will bring their members to take part in this year’s show, demonstrating the achievements of Taiwan’s healthcare industry and its vision for the future,’ the organiser continues.
Firms will gain from real-time connections with important buyers
Online sourcing meetings will also enable local companies to connect with important buyers gathered by the 63 overseas offices of TAITRA in real-time, hoping it will lead to further cooperation in the future. The ‘Medical Taiwan Forum’ will also be held during the show, focusing on the smart healthcare post-pandemic industrial development.