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Maintaining relationships with important partners

After one virtual edition of Arab Health due to the pandemic, this year's edition could again take place physically on site at the Dubai World Trade Center. Ypsomed was there as a visitor and exchanged views on the current challenges, possibilities and opportunities in the medical technology sector – and met important partners.

Arab Health 2022

Arab Health is one of the largest health and medical trade shows in the world – and the largest in the Arab region. More than 3500 exhibitors from 60 countries were present and presented their products in the field of medical technology, electromedicine and orthopedic technology. The trade fair thus serves as a perfect hotspot for the nearly 80’000 visitors to find the right customers or distributors for their products. In addition to the trade fair, numerous specialist conferences are held on topics such as business, which provide important insights into modern process technologies.

Contacts for successful cooperation

Ypsomed was also on site this year and we maintain important contacts and meet our partners: it was with great pleasure that we were able to meet them physically on site once again after more than two years. Personal contact with our partners is enormously important and we also use it to strengthen the relationship with our current and future partners and thus promote a successful future – to help make life as easy as possible for people with diabetes.

"Virtual meetings are necessary and very valuable during a pandemic – but in no way replace on-site meetings. It was very important and valuable to meet our partners and distributors in person and exchange ideas. In this way, we maintain our relationships at a high standard – and have the opportunity to meet potential future partners as well," says Boris de Limoges, Regional Sales Director at Ypsomed.

We thank our business partners for their valuable time and the great cooperation with Ypsomed.

Golden Horizon Medical Bahrain (left to right): Adel Zakzouk, Boris de Limoges (Ypsomed), Athiraldin Ahmad
Pharmatec Tunesia: Med Slim Fourati (left) with Boris de Limoges
Ashraf & Co. Ltd Kuwait: Mohamed Ali Saleh (right) with Boris de Limoges
Expensimed Algeria: Mourad Belbegra (right) with Boris de Limoges
Jamjoom medical industries Co. Ltd Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Dr. Mahmoud Salah Younis (left) with Boris de Limoges
Medwing medical llc United Arab Emirates (left to right): Sudesh Shetty, Shihas Shamsudin, Abu Zayed Shadwan Ahmed, Boris de Limoges, Ranjul Korothkandi

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