Procorre at Medical Technology Ireland
We are pleased to announce that Procorre will have a stand at the 2017 Medical Technology Ireland Expo & Conference. The event takes place at Galway Racecourse from 27th - 28th September and we hope you will be able to visit us to catch up on our service offerings and opportunities in the Medical Device industry.
Medical Technology Ireland Expo & Conference:
Medical Technology Ireland is a high-profile National and International event attracting global suppliers to the crème of the Irish Medical Device Industry.
Taking centre stage at the world renowned Ballybrit Racecourse in Galway, Medical Technology Ireland is also a stone's throw away from the world Medical Device Global leaders, including Medtronic, Merit Medical, Creganna Medical, Zimmer Biomet and Boston Scientific.
The medical technology industry is more vibrant, intensive and productive in Ireland than in any other country in Europe, with 18 of the world's 25 leading manufacturers of medical technology located in this country. Ireland is second only to Germany as the largest exporter of medical technology in the EU. Galway in particular is home to the cluster of Cardiovascular Medical Devices global market leaders, producing the highest levels of R&D and High Tech Innovation worldwide.
Besides the biggest names, there are almost 300 medical technology companies based in Ireland, employing a highly skilled workforce in excess of 27,000 in the industry, creating this attractive centre of production excellence and network of suppliers.
Both the event and the state of the art Exhibition and Conference venue offer cutting edge content in design, innovation and manufacturing as well as the unique opportunity to meet over 200 Irish and International leading companies showcasing the latest in medical device technology.
If you would like to schedule a one to one with our experts at the event or learn more about our services, please contact us.
Download our free White Paper to find out about the best opportunities for consultants and businesses, due to the most significant change to the European legislation for medical devices in nearly 20 years.