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Med-Tech Innovation Expo logo- 5-6 June 2024, NEC, Birmingham, UK

Med-Tech Innovation Expo

Event: 5-6 June 2024
NEC, Birmingham, UK

We’re looking forward to attending Med-Tech Innovation Expo.  

Med-Tech Innovation Expo brings together leaders, engineers, innovators, and manufacturers, connecting them with technology and innovation to facilitate the design and manufacture of life-changing medical devices.

The exhibition showcases the ecosystem of market-leading technology suppliers, machines, materials, software, and service providers.

The content themes across the agenda include the following:

  • Smart solutions
  • Diversity in clinical trials
  • Regulatory and Quality
  • Sustainability
  • Supply chain management
  • IoT and AI
  • R&D funding
 

Meet the Shore team

Holly Milston, Ian Scrimgeour, Will Davies, James McLusky

Our Business Development Manager, Holly Milston, will be joined by Directors Ian Scrimgeour and James McLusky, along with Design Consultant Will Davies, to discuss the latest innovations in MedTech.

They can also share how we work with medical technology companies to successfully transition ambitious concepts into robustly engineered solutions that optimise usability and performance. We can design and develop your next medical device with you.

Whether you’re a startup or an established business, and whether you need support for just one phase of a project or its entire development through to production, our process is designed to be flexible and adaptable. This ensures that we can meet your project’s unique needs and requirements.

Please feel free to schedule a meeting with Holly ahead of the expo. 

You can reach Holly via email or connect on LinkedIn.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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