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International Exhibition of Medical Tourism, SPA&Wellness - Healthcare Travel Expo

15 Apr 2014 - 17 Apr 2014 - Kyiv, Ukraine



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                                                                           Topics:

  • Companies which provide services in the field of medical tourism
  • Medical Centers, Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy Centers, private clinics, General Hospitals, sanatoriums thermal resorts in Ukraine and abroad
  • SPA- and Wellness- tourism, Mineral Spring Waters and Medical SPA
  • Companies that work in International programs of improvement of professional skills for Doctors experts
  • Insurance companies that work in medical insurance sphere
  • Travel agencies
  • International airlines

                                                                          Event highlights:

  • Buyer program: a special program of attraction the quality professional target audience to the Forum
  • Program BusinessPoint: pre-planned schedule of exhibitors meetings with business visitors
  • The constantly growing audience of business-visitors and medical specialists: all regions of Ukraine, CIS and other foreign countries
  • Quality and systematic advertising and information campaign of the Forum on domestic and foreign markets during the year
  • Special business event - International practical conference «Opportunities and development in Medical Tourism. Worldwide experience»

                                                        Target audience of the Exhibition:

  • Governmental organizations
  • Healthcare providers
  • Doctors experts
  • Specialists of medical tourism
  • Representatives of professional niche organizations
  • Travel companies’ representatives
  • Wellness industry professionals
  • Insurance industry professionals
  • Companies, which work in medical tourism sphere
  • VIP-guests
  • Buyers and consumers


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