Saudi to have its first national pavilion at Arab Health 2003
Saudi Arabia is to have its first national pavilion at Arab Health – the Middle East’s hospital, medical equipment and services exhibition and conference – when the 2003 edition is staged in Dubai next January.
The pavilion, for which 420 square meters of space has been reserved, is being jointly coordinated by IIR Exhibitions, organizers of Arab Health, and the King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center System (KFSHR).
The Saudi pavilion project was first conceived at Arab Health 2002 at which 10 companies and hospitals from the Kingdom participated, including KFSHR. At the show, IIR formed a marketing and co-operation partnership with KFSHR to help develop the regional medical knowledge base.
Saudi Arabia is among 18 national pavilions so far confirmed for Arab Health 2003, which, to date, has attracted exhibitors from 24 countries across the USA, Europe, Scandinavia, the Far East, Indian Sub-continent and Middle East. — (menareport.com)
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