Health Tech Enterprise will attend MEDICA 2023, where it will showcase its support services that help international med tech companies to access the EU and UK markets.
The company will utilise the event to exhibit its service offerings, designed to support health technology companies across the full product development pathway.
The company will also launch its HealthTech NETZERO service aimed at helping companies to evaluate the carbon impact of their med tech innovations.
Anne Blackwood, CEO of Health Tech Enterprise, said: “We’re thrilled to be returning to Medica in 2023 and looking forward to being part of this global health technology meeting once again.
“The UK is a fantastic market for health tech innovators to develop, test and launch their new products and we are looking forward to meeting product developers from across the globe and helping them navigate the UK and EU markets.”
Healthcare accounts for 5 per cent of world emissions and an increasing number of countries are pledging to deliver sustainable or NetZero carbon care by 2050.
There is now an ever-growing demand for innovators to show how the use of their technology delivers not only cost effective and exceptional healthcare, but also how it helps meet sustainability targets on the road to NetZero Carbon Healthcare.
Health Tech Enterprise’s solution provides an opportunity for innovators to assess and communicate the tangible CO2 emission savings achievable through the adoption of their technology, to support carbon reduction targets.
MEDICA is taking place from November 13-16 2023 in Messe Düsseldorf, Germany.
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