Upcoming Webinars:

Webinar – Arab Health 2020
Date:
December 10, 2019 at 12:00pm Eastern
Cost
: Free
About:
The U.S. Commercial Service invites you to participate in a Tuesday, December 10, 2019 webinar highlighting the opportunities for U.S. healthcare industry firms attending and/or exhibiting (at) Arab Health 2020 (January 27-30, 2020). Representatives from Medtronic- Dubai and from the U.S. Commercial Service will discuss the advantage of attending the show, provide an overview of the support you can receive by participating in the U.S. pavilion, and information about regional healthcare trends.
Register:
CLICK HERE
For more information:
Mona.Musa@trade.gov or Crystal.Mills@trade.gov

Event: Webinar – Opportunities at 2020 China Medical Equipment Fair
Date:
December 12, 2019 at 6:00pm Eastern
Cost:
Free
About:
Join this program to learn about opportunities surrounding the China Medical Equipment Fair (CMEF) and to receive an update on market opportunities in China.
Register:
Click Here
For more information:
Monica.Toporkiewicz@trade.gov or Jose.Burgos@trade.gov

Example of Recent Webinars:

  • CHINA’S NUTRACEUTICALS INDUSTRY MARKET BRIEFING WEBINAR
    Join us to learn about China's nutraceuticals industry landscape, and to become aware of opportunities to sell products via eCommerce and via the newly 'Trade Fair Certified' Natural Health and Nutrition Expo in Shanghai. Featured speakers include China-based personnel from the Health Products Association, Alibaba, U.S. Commercial Service, and Reed Exhibitions. Once registered, you will receive a recording of the webinar if you are unable to make the live event. For more information contact Tricia.McLain@trade.gov.

  • HEALTHCARE MARKET TRENDS AND OPPORTUNITIES IN SAUDI ARABIA, KUWAIT AND QATAR
    Join the Commercial Service for a complimentary webinar on the trends and opportunities that exist within Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Qatar’s fast-growing healthcare markets. Participants will learn about the trends and opportunities in the healthcare technology and services sectors. They will hear firsthand from Foreign Commercial Officers and in-country Healthcare Specialists about their respective markets, and learn more about the U.S. Commercial Service’s Trade Mission to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Qatar on April 6-11th. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions specific to their business and learn from the answers provided to other participants. There is no fee for this webinar, which will take place on Wednesday, December 5 at 11am Eastern/8:00am Pacific For any questions, please contact Sonia.Hatfield@trade.gov.
  • UK HEALTHCARE OPPORTUNITIES
    The UK is the 3rd largest economy in Europe and the 5th largest in the world. Its publicly funded health system, the National Health Service (NHS), serves 65 million people and is a world leader in primary care EHR systems and IT infrastructure. The UK’s medical device market is import-led and worth $8 billion, and it’s likely that BREXIT in March 2019 will increase the demand for non-EU imports. What are the opportunities and trends in the UK market? What are the potential changes to the regulatory environment and supply chain post-BREXIT? Join us to hear the following featured speakers discuss this important topic: Rob Berry, Head of Innovation & Research, Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network; Michael Branagan-Harris, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Device Access UK Limited; Richard Phillips, Director of Healthcare Policy, Association of British HealthTech Industries; Tracey Watson, Director of Innovation and Partnerships, NHS Digital; For more information contact Cheryl.Withers@trade.gov or Sonia.Hatfield@trade.gov.
  • HOW TO PREPARE FOR CANADA’S MEDICAL DEVICE SINGLE AUDIT PROGRAM (MDSAP)
    The U.S. Commercial Service at the United States Consulate General in Montreal held a webinar on “How to Prepare for the Medical Device Single Audit Program (MDSAP)” All medical devices in Canada must be deemed safe and effective, including software accompanying any medical device. Beginning January 1, 2019, U.S. companies marketing Class II, III or IV devices in Canada will need a valid MDSAP certificate to get, maintain or amend a medical device. In this webinar, Frédéric Hamelin, Manager of the Quality Systems Section of the Medical Devices Bureau at Health Canada, provided an overview of the MDSAP requirements and how to prepare for the transition. For information contact Connie.Irrera@trade.gov.


  • EFFECTIVE PARTNERSHIPS IN THE RUSSIAN BEAUTY SECTOR
    This webinar featured a live interview with two Russian market insiders: Distributor and Retailer, featuring market insider tips and recommendations. Identifying the right partner is often essential for American exporters seeking to capitalize on significant opportunities and navigate challenges in the Russian market. U.S. companies must search for partners proactively in order to understand the ins and outs of the market. Moreover, business in Russia is moving fast. There is tremendous competition from the rest of the world, including China. Choosing the right distributor is one of the most important things you can do when doing business in Russia. Any questions, please contact Cindy Ma at cindy.ma@trade.gov.



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