Future Healthcare 2018 was launched 13-14 March 2018 in London, and hosted over 180 participating brands across 3,000sqm and welcomed attendees from over 55 countries during the 2 days of the show.

Future Healthcare, which will return next year on 18 and 19 March 2019 at Olympia, focuses on commercial opportunities arising in the global healthcare market.  Showcasing innovation, and encouraging deal making and collaboration on a world-wide scale.  The 2018 event comprised of a CPD-certified Conference, Health Tech and Invest in Health theatres, as well as the 3,000sqm exhibition that showcased a wide range of innovative healthcare products and services.

Attendees were given a glimpse of how technology and innovative healthcare products will change the way in which patients will be diagnosed and treated in the future.  

Visitor testimonials: 

Excellent, well managed and informative

Very inspirational, educative and innovative

A showcase for buyers and other stakeholders interested in affordable health care products

In a crowded healthcare event calendar, Future Healthcare is the place to go to find innovative ideas.

This event shows there is a future for the healthcare sector in these challenging times

It's an innovative medtech hub that reunites creatives and disruptives ideas

Exhibitors received an overwhelmingly positive response from the high quality of both visitors and buyers during the two days.

“An excellent opportunity to meet partners and enablers within the UK healthcare industry”
Graeme Cox, Emteq

“Burgeoning event for healthcare innovations”
Stephanie Frow, Dark Trace

“An excellent technical exhibition”
Peter Sutton, QS Enterprises

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Future Healthcare 2018, Future Healthcare UK, Future Healthcare 2019, Future Healthcare 2018 post show report Future Healthcare 2018 was launched 13-14 March 2018 in London, and hosted over 180 participating brands across 3,000sqm and welcomed attendees from over 55 countries during the 2 days of the show.