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Hamburg at Arab Health

Joint stand of the three northern states Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein, and Mecklenburg-Pomerania larger than ever

Also in 2015, the North German healthcare industry will showcase its expertise and assets at the Arab Health in Dubai. With a total of 50 representatives attending the second-largest health fair in the world, and 20 exhibiting companies and hospitals from Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Pomerania, the Northern German participation is stronger than ever. The fair participation at the Arabian Gulf is organised by Life Science Nord GmbH in co-operation with the Hamburg Ministry of Health and Consumer Protection, the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce, the WTSH Economic Development and Technology Transfer of Schleswig-Holstein, and BioCon Valley GmbH.

Hamburg Events At The Stands And In The City

On the eve of Arab Health, 25 January 2015, the Hamburg representative office in Dubai will be hosting a North German evening at the Grand Hyatt in Dubai. There, 150 guests from Northern Germany and Arabia have been invited to attend a reception on occasion of the 350-year anniversary of the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber of Commerce will be represented by its CEO, Prof Dr Hans-Jörg Schmidt-Trenz. The traditional northern German reception at the stand has been scheduled for the first day of the fair, i.e. 26 January 2015 at 3 p.m. All North German exhibitors and visitors are invited to attend the Hamburg reception.

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Life Science Nord is committed to innovative medicine in Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein. Within the regional cluster for medical technology and biotechnology/pharma, there are over 20,000 highly qualified employees working for about 500 innovation-oriented companies. Additionally, the region hosts internationally renowned research institutes, universities and university clinics. Together, they represent the entire value chain necessary for the emergence of new treatments and medical devices: from research, development and clinical studies, to manufacturing, marketing and sales.

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