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Medical Taiwan 2022 closed on 18 June, boasting a 13% YOY growth in attendance

Medical Taiwan 2022 closed on 18 June, boasting a 13% YOY growth in attendance


Medical Taiwan 2022 closed on 18 June, boasting a 13% YOY growth in attendance

Medical Taiwan 2022 – The International Medical, Health & Care Expo, held at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 2 (TaiNEX 2), wrapped up on 18 June, with a 13% increase in the number of visitors compared with last year. To expand overseas markets, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TATRA) brought Taiwan’s companies together with buyers from 13 countries including Germany, Poland, Bulgaria, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam via a total of 66 virtual procurement meetings. Many more medical device business opportunities were expected as a result.

This year Medical Taiwan was all about giving visitors an immersive experience, helping them navigate the new normal and the new business landscape for healthcare under the pandemic. A standout of the Expo was the ‘New Healthcare, New Lifestyle’ pavilion, featuring a total of 19 products from 14 companies. Among these attention-grabbing products were zero-contact and unmanned digital innovative solutions such as the online consultation service from MedNet, Imedtac’s telemedicine service and medication dispensing cabinet, and MSI’s autonomous mobile disinfection robots. A smart vital signs station with four checkpoints was another highlight, allowing visitors to check their balance, grip strength, leg strength and muscle mass, and evaluate their own muscular strength and physiological state. More than a thousand people visited the station during the show.

Medical Taiwan also went deep into cross-border collaboration and application of medical devices. The Taiwan Smart Textile Association, together with member companies, showcased the latest smart fabric and material solutions, wearable clothing that can detect motion, and AI-enabled interactive rehabilitation aids that were highly popular during the show, while CSD, celebrating its 75th anniversary, brought the largest-scale show in its own history, turning its booth into a CSD museum featuring all kinds of fashionable masks co-developed with various companies. CSD also launched its new face mask brand ‘COLO’ that will soon enter the US market. The Beyond the Medtech industry forum focused on the trends and business opportunities of the digital healthcare and smart medical industry, drawing more than 500 participants.

Medical Taiwan DigitalGo, the online version of Medical Taiwan, catered to exhibitors and buyers wishing to expand business opportunities at home and abroad. In total, more than 18,800 visitors from 45 countries including the United States, Germany, France, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, India, and the United Arab Emirates attended the online exhibition. Medical Taiwan will return June 8-10 2023. More information will be available by the end of this year.