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January, 2020

TechMed 3D
Arab Health – 2020

Quebec, QC – TechMed 3D, the leader in human body measurement software today announced its participation in the Arab Health 2020, the largest gathering of healthcare and trade professionals in the MENA region. This four-day event will be held on January 27-30, 2020, in Dubai World Trade Centre – booth: H7 A19.

The TechMed 3D team is attending the Arab Health, including Michel Babin, C.E.O. & Founder and Yahya Baby, EMEIA Sales Manager.

“Arab Health expo is an excellent platform to introduce our services and produts and we have already a lot of meetings planned. We are very excited to be there” said Mr. Babin, CEO & TechMed 3D founder.

Visitors at the Arab Health

About the Arab Health

The Arab Health Exhibition and Congress is the premier international healthcare event in the Middle East bringing together the world’s leading healthcare manufacturers, tradesmen, organisations and professionals.

Arab Health is the largest exhibition in the region and is generally viewed as a must attend global event in the healthcare calendar.

Established over three decades ago, the exhibition offers an ideal environment for companies to showcase their products in one of the fastest growing and most lucrative healthcare markets in the world.

The 2020 edition of the event will welcome more than 4,262 exhibiting companies and 84,700 attendees from 159 countries.

 

About TechMed 3D

Located less than 10 km from Quebec City, TechMed 3D is dedicated to innovation and committed to provide nothing but the most powerful and most user-friendly human body measurement software.

Presently, TechMed 3D has more than 1200 users in more than 40 countries around the world.

For more information on TechMed 3D, visit us on the web: Techmed3d.com

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