25 July 2017
MTPConnect is inviting Australian medtech companies to join a delegation to The MedTech Conference—September 25 – 27, 2017 in San Jose, California—to showcase our outstanding innovative technology and build invaluable inroads into international markets.
The MedTech Conference in San Jose provides those in the medical technology sector with an invaluable opportunity to connect with thousands of international professionals on policy, innovation, business development and investment.
Delegates will receive:
- Promotion via Australian mission booklet
- Promotion via MTPConnect Australian stand
- Promotion via Australia presentation in the International Lounge
The impressive MedTech Conference agenda includes medtech development courses, to ‘unplugged’ executive insights, innovator showcases, cyber security, international regulations, and plenary sessions ranging from global health, innovation, and patient impact. The lineup of conference sponsors includes Johnson & Johnson, EY, Medtronic, and Stryker.
Australia boasts over 500 medtech companies, has some truly impressive success stories, and is set to play a significant role in developing advanced devices, diagnosis equipment, and technology platforms internationally.
Coordination between us is vital to ensure our ongoing growth and success, and MTPConnect’s mission is to increase connectivity and collaboration, coordinate activities and increase information exchange between the sector, with the aim of increasing commercialisation of innovative products.
We are incredibly excited to be leading this fantastic opportunity to showcase Australia’s talent and assist businesses with international growth. We are looking at additional opportunies for promotion at the event and will circulate with interested parties in the coming weeks.
Get in touch with our team now to express interest in taking part.
Some State Governments such as South Australia are offering to travel grants to companies wishing to attend The MedTech Conference - those interested should contact their State Governments to discuss any travel support available.