Find us on the exhibition floor of the UK’s leading health tech show at Olympia London on 4 March
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Highland Marketing will be returning to Digital Health Rewired this year, where it will be sponsoring the café that has been created with an expanded exhibition area.
Digital Health Rewired launched as a two-day leadership summit, conference and exhibition in 2019 and is returning to Olympia London on 3 and 4 March with a bigger programme and more exhibitors; many of them Highland Marketing clients.
“We looked for an opportunity to support the show because last year’s event was very buzzy and this year’s promises to build on that energy,” said chief executive Mark Venables.
“The conference is a great opportunity to hear from NHS and IT policy makers and to take the pulse of the health tech community. And our sponsorship of the café will give us the perfect platform on which to catch up with old friends and clients and to tell prospects about the services we offer.”
The café will be run by Olympia London but Highland Marketing staff will be on hand to talk over the latest trends and opportunities and to meet companies looking to break into the rewarding but challenging health tech market.
There will also be a chance to sign-up to the Healthcare Roundup newsletter to win Hamish, Highland Marketing’s popular soft-toy Highland Cow.
“As a specialist health tech agency, operating in this market for 19 years, we understand the value of bringing together policy makers, NHS IT specialists and vendors,” Mark Venables added.
“It’s the best way for the whole community to raise issues and find positive ways forward. Last year’s Digital Health Rewired did that very successfully, and we are confident that this year’s show will be just as good.
“We are pleased to be supporting a space where delegates can network, meet colleagues or just grab a coffee; and, of course, to find out how we can support them. We look forward to seeing as many people as possible on 4 March.”