Comprehensive MedTech Conference List

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Determine which events can best support your MedTech business development initiatives with this comprehensive list of MedTech conferences.

Comprehensive MedTech Conference List

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Online networking helps businesses reach a large number of potential prospects and business partners, but nothing beats an in-person conversation. If you really want to pique someone's interest or build a relationship, face-to-face is the way to go. By strategically attending, presenting, or sponsoring target conferences, you can get your business in front of the right people at the right time.

That's why we put together this list of MedTech conferences. It's a work in progress, so if there are conferences you think we should add or remove, please let us know in the comments below.

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London Tech Week
10-12 Jun, 2024 Olympia, London
MedTech Summit
10-14 Jun, 2024 Brussels, Belgium
Medtech MVP
17-18 Jun, 2024 Minneapolis, MN
17-20 Jun, 2024 Enercare Centre, Toronto
The 42nd China International Medical Devices Fair 2024
26-28 Jun, 2024 Shanghai
Australia-New Zealand Site Solutions Summit
16-17 Jul, 2024 Melbourne, Australia
9th GPH
20-21 Jul, 2024 Manila, Philippines
30th International Conference on Advanced Clinical Research and Clinical Trials
08-09 Aug, 2024 London, UK
Pharma Asia International Exhibition & Conference 2024
20-22 Aug, 2024 Karachi, Pakistan
Pre Filled Syringes Connect
11-12 Sep, 2024 Boston, MA
11-12 Sep, 2024 Boston, MA
3rd mRNA Process Development And Manufacturing Summit
17-19 Sep, 2024 Boston, MA
Boston MEDevice
25-26 Sep, 2024 Boston, MA
Medical Technology Ireland
25-26 Sep, 2024 Galway Racecourse, Ireland
12th International Conference on Predictive , Preventive and Personalized Medicine & Molecular Diagnostics 2024
26-27 Sep, 2024 Amsterdam, Netherlands
American Medical Device Summit
01-02 Oct, 2024 Chicago, IL
MedDev Day
07-08 Oct, 2024 Copenhagen, Denmark
EPP Life Sciences Pricing Forum 2024
08-11 Oct, 2024 Berlin, Germany
09-11 Oct, 2024 Makuhari Messe, Japan
Singapore Health and Biomedical Congress (SHBC 2024)
10-11 Oct, 2024 Singapore
The MedTech Conference
15-17 Oct, 2024 Toronto, Canada
16-17 Oct, 2024 Minneapolis, MN
20-23 Oct,2024 Las Vegas, NV
Global Research Conference on Medical, Medicine and Health Sciences (GRCMED 2024)
21-23 Oct, 2024 Barcelona, Spain
5th International Conference on Medical Education, Health Sciences and Patient Care
24-25 Oct, 2024 Paris, France
11-14 Nov, 2024 Dusseldorf, Germany
MedTech Strategist
19-21 Nov, 2024 San Diego, CA
20-21 Nov, 2024 Santa Clara, CA
Precision Medicine In Oncology 2024 Summit
21-22 Nov, 2024 Barcelona, Spain
National Diagnostic Imaging Symposium
08-12 Dec, 2024 Lake Buena Vista, FL
Precision Medicine World Conference Silicon Valley (PMWC 2025)
05-07 Feb, 2025 Silicon Valley, CA
International Meet on Biotechnology and Bioscience (BIOTECHMEET 2025)
10-12 Feb, 2025 Dubai, UAE
Medicinal Chemistry, Drug Discovery & Drug Delivery
07-09 Apr, 2025 Budapest, Hungary
JPM Healthcare Conference
13-16 Jan, 2025 San Francisco, CA
04-06 Feb, 2025 Anaheim, CA
16-19 Feb, 2025 Nashville, TN
18-20 Feb, 2025 Dallas, TX
03-06 Mar, 2025 Las Vegas, NV
Medical Technology UK
12-13 Mar, 2025 Coventry Building Society Arena, UK
17-21 Mar, 2025 Dana Point, CA
DeviceTalks Boston
30-01 Apr, 2025 Boston, MA
29-30 Apr, 2025 London, UK
20-22 May, 2025 Tel Aviv, Israel
Med-Tech Innovation
04-05 Jun, 2025 Birmingham, UK
10-12 Jun, 2025 New York, NY
2025 TBD
8th International Conference on Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine
2025 TBD
The MedTech Conference
2025 TBD
Medtech MVP
2025 TBD
31st International Conference on Advanced Clinical Research and Clinical Trials
2025 TBD
22nd IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI 2025)
2025 TBD
4th mRNA Process Development And Manufacturing Summit
2025 TBD
Pharma Asia International Exhibition & Conference 2025
2025 TBD
The 43rd China International Medical Devices Fair 2025
2025 TBD
World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology
Year Round Digital

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How to Get Better Biz Dev Outcomes from Conferences

Attending a conference alone will not improve your business development efforts. Here are a few tips to substantially improve your outcomes.

Prepare Before You Go

If you can get a list of the attendees before the event, I highly recommend adding them to your CRM before you go. That way, you can immediately put notes on the contact record after a conversation along with a follow-up task. It saves so much time vs. having to go back afterward and put in all your notes.

I recently attended a conference and had the attendees and panelists pre-loaded. As the panelists were speaking, I took a picture, attached it to the contact record in my CRM, and made some notes about what they talked about. Then, afterward, I emailed the panelists a picture of their presentation with a recap of what I learned from them. It's a very personalized and great way to start a conversation!

I also asked people I talked to if I could snap a selfie of us in a similar fashion, then associated the pic with the contact record in my CRM. After the event, it was a great mental reminder of who I talked to and what we discussed so I could do an effective post-event follow-up. It also gave me an easy way to start a conversation after the event: "It was great meeting you at the conference! Here's the picture we took."

If you don't have the list of attendees or speakers pre-event, keep really good notes of who you met and what you talked about, then you'll have to do the sales follow-up work when you get back to the office.

The key is to have a plan for using the conference to build relationships and connections. What are you going to do before, during, and after the event? A good plan is essential to achieving ROI on conferences. It's too easy to spend time and money on conferences and then come back with nothing. Don't let it happen to you!

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Have REAL conversations!

  1. Focus on people, not your phone: We all feel awkward at events when we don't know anyone or whom to talk to. It's too easy to pull out the phone, check some emails, and act like we are busy and important. Before you pull your phone out, lift your head up, look around, and make eye contact. Find someone to have a real conversation with instead. Take a deep breath, be your "pushy" self, and walk up to a person or group of people and introduce yourself. If it goes well, great! You have a new relationship. If you get a blow-off, no worries. The person probably won't remember you in 10 minutes anyway, so who cares?
  2. Stand in an open position: Keep your head up, arms by your sides, chest open, and feet slightly pointed open to the sides. If you are in a group, angle sideways to make room for more people to join in. Be on the lookout for eye contact from a passerby who may want to join in the conversation. Welcome them with your body language, eye contact, and a nod of the head. If you're in the middle of a conversation and notice someone looks like they want to join in, wave them over. Too often, people clique up at conferences and stand in closed-off circles. Don't do it.
  3. Get away from your colleagues! Go meet someone new. Here's a funny side story. When I was in my early 20s, my girlfriend and I would go to the bar and split up, circle around, and try to talk to dudes. We felt confident that if we couldn't find someone to talk to, we could walk around and "act" like we were trying to find our friend. LOL. Do the same thing at conferences! (Well, not the picking up guys part, unless that's what you want to try to do, haha 😉.)

We can help you plan out how to use conferences like these to accelerate your growth trajectory. Let's talk!

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