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    Nicole Mastrell

    Event Manager & PA to CEO
    Email: nm@mva.org
    Phone: (M) +45 6141 8634
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    Med in Ireland

    Held in one of the world’s most exciting medtech hubs, Med in Ireland is a one-day event exploring how innovative Irish companies are transforming the future of healthcare and manufacturing. Discover the secrets behind the success of the Irish medtech ecosystem and meet the innovators changing what’s possible.

    Date: 10th of October 2019
    Time: Full day
    Venue: Dublin, Ireland

    The event is free of charge. All travel and accommodation costs are covered by Enterprise Ireland. Please contact Frederik Rasmussen, Market Adviser, Life Sciences & Digital Health, Enterprise Ireland, Nordics (+46 (0) 768 533 227 – frederik.rasmussen@enterprise-ireland.com) for more details.

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    Here’s what you can expect

    • Opportunities to network with innovative Irish medtech companies transforming the future of the industry
    • The chance to conduct on-site visits with exhibitors and arrange one-to-one meetings
    • Insights into medtech trends from inspiring keynote speakers and exciting innovations within the sector
    • A deeper understanding of the collaborative medtech research taking place in Ireland’s Higher Education Institutes

    What you need to know about Ireland’s exciting medtech sector

    Recognised as one of the top five medtech hubs globally, Ireland’s ecosystem has everything required to deliver innovative solutions around the world. Here’s why:

    • Ireland is the second-largest exporter of medical devices in Europe, shipping €12.6 billion worth of goods to 100 countries each year
    • As the largest medtech employer per capita in Europe, Ireland is home to 350 companies employing 38,000 people, ranging from innovative start-ups to multinationals, including 15 of the world’s top 20 medical device manufacturers
    • Nearly two in three medtech companies in Ireland are domestic and more than 60% have a dedicated R&D function
    • Ireland’s medtech sector produces 80% of the world’s stents and 75% of orthopaedic