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Popular Biotechnology Event Rescheduled as a Unique Hybrid Event

 

BIOMEDevice Boston is continuing to bring together the brightest minds in 3D printing, biomaterials, surgical robotics, and more. This popular event in the world of biotechnology is moving forward with its 2021 event dates in its own unique way. Instead of combining the virtual and in-person portions of the event as we tend to see with hybrid events, they will each be offered during their own dates as separate – but complimentary – events this year.

What are BIOMEDevice’s new virtual dates?BIOMEDigital will hold their online portion April 6-7, 2021.

Joining forces with MD&MIn addition, they will be joining forces with MD&M during this virtual get together. As two of the largest North American medical events come together, attendees will be provided with knowledge on the latest and greatest in the industry.

For virtual attendees:Online attendees will have complimentary access to two keynote speakers and 35 content sessions covering topics from next-gen design to surgical robotics to digital health technology. If attendees would like to upgrade, they’ll gain access to 10 more in-depth content sessions and exclusive round table networking. They will have access to over 60 suppliers focused on medical device components, automation, contract manufacturing, and more.

For virtual exhibitors:Exhibitors will have the opportunity to promote to over 100,000 buyers from the BIOMEDevice Boston, San Jose, MD+DI, QMed, and MassMEDIC’s database. They’ll be able to showcase their latest products to BioMed innovators, key decision-makers, and engineers while expanding their reach through exclusive 1:1 networking options. Exhibitors will receive lead reports immediately following the event as well.

What are BIOMEDevice’s new in-person dates?The BIOMEDevice 2021 in-person event will take place September 21-22 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. They expect over 320 exhibitors, 2,000 + attendees, and more than 8,900 total leads to be delivered.

For in-person attendees:For those who are aiming to connect with the biomedevice community, this is the place to be. With a Networking Zone created to help visitors expand their circle and meet fellow industry professionals, BIOMEDevice is bringing back face-to-face connections in the best ways. This event brings together cutting-edge engineers, innovative thinkers, and business leaders, all impacting the future of biotechnology.

Attendees can also discover new technologies with a front-row seat to live product demonstrations. There’s nothing quite like having an in-person introduction to a new product right on the trade show floor. Not only will attendees get to see products in action, but they’ll also get to join in on expert-led panel discussions. From presentations on 3D printing to surgical robotics, attendees will have plenty to embrace and discover.

To top off the many opportunities offered to attendees, they’ll also be able to extend their learning potential by participating in educational tech talks and lunch and learns.

For in-person exhibitors:Exhibitors at this event will have access to serious buyers. According to BIOMEDevice’s website, 79% of buyers are ‘active buyers’ meaning that they have an upcoming project in the next 12 months. Also, exhibitors will be happy to know that 81% of buyers in attendance have the purchasing power to recommend or make purchases. With some of the biggest names in the industry like Abbott and Medtronic, there are plenty of reasons for exhibitors to get back out on the live show floor.

Health and safety measures:As we move forward with live, in-person events and the trade show world gets back on its feet, we’re still not out of the woods completely when it comes to COVID-19.

BIOMEDevice is adamant about keeping safety and health a priority during their Boston event. The event hosts want to help the industry conduct business effectively and with confidence by following best practices.

The event is working with Informa Allsecure to provide reassurance and confidence in a safe and controlled environment for all who are participating. Some of these commitments include:

  • Enhanced cleaning before, during, and after events
  • Additional handwashing facilities for personal hygiene
  • Non-contact registration
  • Minimizing physical contact
  • Maintaining physical distancing
  • Implementing food and beverage stations – and more!

Don’t hesitate to reach out to us at Skyline Exhibits for all of your exhibiting needs as the future of trade shows takes winding turns. With new setbacks and struggles come new solutions. As experts in the field of exhibiting, we’ll be sure to have your back as we partner to take on the return of trade shows together.

 

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Briquelle Neyens
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In her experience at Skyline's corporate office in St. Paul, Minnesota, Briquelle Neyens immersed herself in trade show research and the ins and outs of exhibit sales firsthand. She also engaged with Skyline's wide-array of products and services from an insider's perspective. Her blogs portray her expertise on what it takes to be a successful trade show marketer. She enjoys generating information that will help all trade show marketers in their decisions to become successful on the trade show floor.

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