Ooredoo is the strategic sponsor of the Qatar International Medical Devices & Healthcare Exhibition & Conferences (QMED), which will be held from today (March 25) until March 27 at the Qatar National Convention Centre.
QMED will bring together leading international experts, manufacturers, and companies from around the world to share advances in technology and innovation, the latest in medical education and industry best practice.
Given the scale of QMED, the event will be divided into 10 areas: QBlue Zone, focused on diabetes; pharmaceuticals; medical education; medical devices; health insurance; dental; medical tourism; laboratories; health; and wellness.
These distinct areas were decided upon based on the local and regional needs of Qatar and the Middle East region, respectively.
Ooredoo will be hosting a booth at the event, showcasing the complete ICT portfolio of its innovative solutions that would add value to organisations within the healthcare sector; the Internet of Things Indoor Asset Tracking service, and the Data Centre back-up service as examples, both of which contribute to asset management, data security, disaster recovery and secure data management.
Manar Khalifa al-Muraikhi, director of PR and Corporate Communications at Ooredoo, said: “Supporting vital events such as this one is a key pillar of our corporate social responsibility strategy, and we’re delighted to be associating with industry leaders to bring such a worthwhile event to Qatar.
“This event is the ideal opportunity for us to show our support for Qatar and its primary medical institutions. We’re excited to be sponsoring, and looking forward to it being a valuable contribution to the healthcare industry in Qatar and the region.”
For more on QMED 2019, visit qmedexpo.qa.
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