Showcase your design to a large audience
The Innovation for Health Design Expo is an exhibition of innovative products and concepts developed for healthcare by artists and designers. The exhibition is an integral part of the Innovation for Health event.
The aim of the Design Expo is to stimulate collaboration between the healthcare and the creative sector. The healthcare landscape is changing and it needs innovative solutions more than ever. In order to accelerate innovations, collaboration with creative people who are capable of thinking outside of the traditional frameworks of the healthcare sector is essential.
By participating in the exhibition, artists and designers get the opportunity to present their work to the public during the Innovation for Health event and generate contacts with potential collaborators and business partners/investors in the healthcare sector.
Participation in the Design Expo is free of charge. However, you do need to fit our requirements:
+ The applicant is a private individual, not an organisation
+ The applicant works in the creative sector
+ The project shows an innovative solution for a problem within healthcare
+ The project consists of a visual concept or prototype which can be showcased on the conference
Do you fit the requirements? We are glad to receive your registration!
The registration exists out of two registration forms:
Please note that not all registrations will be selected by the jury. Depending on the quality of the projects, we select 10-15 projects.
Everyone will be informed about the selection by e-mail on 18 December 2018
+ One free entrance ticket for the designer, including access to the whole program and catering during the day
+ Table (measurements: 75x1,50x75 cm) to exhibit your design
Please note that no electricity is included and that the table is not in close proximity of a wall. For additional items, please contact Manon de Jong via firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally ordered items will be invoiced to you.
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