Survey Report of iimtc 2015
Reason for Exhibiting
Seek contact for future business
Meet new Client or partners
Raise the profile of My Organization
Seek immediate business
Look for International agent or Organization
Monitor the activity of competitor
Establish strong relationship with the client
WHY Buyers CAME TO IIMTC
Source new clients 59%
Keep up-to-date with new Market trends and services 53%
Establish strong relationship with clients 44%
Meeting people and gathering information 75%
successfully sourced new clients 82%
Successfully established new contacts and relationship for the future 84%
kept up-to date with the industry’s new products trends and services 94%
Exhibitor met their overall objectives 90%
Exhibitor Generated Promising Business Leads 82%
Exhibitors have already booked for 2016 70%
rated the content of the programme as good 88%
of the delegates gained new knowledge to implement in their practice 87%
said the program met their expectations 81%
Dr. H N Garg Chariman of IIMTC said,
“IIMTC provides a global platform for hospital groups, medical travel organizations and health services companies to increase their international presence and patient network, and gain market share in this growing industry.” He further added “Our effort is to bring international market players of medical tourism and policy makers under one platform. It is thrilling to see the huge response from industry”.
IIMTC’S INTERNATIONAL EXCELLENCE AWARD IN HEALTH CARE.
- On this occasion, 8 medical tourism stakeholders under various categories received the awards.
- “The main objective is to commemorate and appreciate the tremendous efforts made by Healthcare Facilitators, Medical Tourism Companies and Hospitals” said Dr. H.N. Garg (Chairman – IIMTC)
- Presently there is no other platform of this kind where the stakeholders in this industry as well as experts from India and from other parts of the world can come together and discuss the problems be setting this industry. Illustrating individual success stories, listing out the multiple and unexpected problems that constantly surface, and outlining the need for a regulatory mechanism, the delegates participated in lively discussions and Q&As after each session. The Medical Tourism Expo in the adjoining hall also witnessed a regular stream of visitors looking for information on the experiences of each participating country.
- The five main points that emerged from the discussion were that: (i) Medical Tourism is one of the major upcoming industries in and around the globe and is growing exponentially; (ii) Government support and attention is required for it to grow in a disciplined way; (iii) India needs to learn from the example of other countries like Singapore, Malaysia,Thialand etc.; (iv) Organizations like IIMTC need to work hand-in-hand with government agencies; and (v) There is need for certification and accreditation in the field of Medical Tourism.