BIOMEDevice Boston Will Return this Fall
The health, safety, and needs of the industry are and always have been our utmost priority. At the guidance of the World Health Organization (WHO) and leading health authorities, we have made the decision to reschedule the 2020 BIOMEDevice Boston featuring Design & Manufacturing event in light of growing concerns caused by coronavirus (COVID-19).
After careful consideration from our Informa Markets Managed Postponement Program, we have come to an overwhelming consensus that rescheduling BIOMEDevice Boston is the appropriate response to assure the well-being of our exhibitors, attendees, speakers, and staff. BIOMEDevice Boston will now take place September 16 – 17, 2020 at the same location — the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.
We will continue to post updates on our website as soon as they become available. For more information, please visit our COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions page.
Thank you for your understanding and support, we look forward to seeing you in Boston this fall.
Get to the Next Stage of Growth at BIOMEDevice Boston Featuring Design & Manufacturing
Every spring, 2,200+ industry professionals and 335+ suppliers convene in Boston — home to the nation's highest number of medical device companies — for a two-day event focused on moving medtech design projects to the next stage of development.
BIOMEDevice lets you explore the trends driving advancements in healthcare as well as discover technologies for engineering devices for minimally invasive surgery, cardiovascular health, diagnostics, and other therapeutic applications.
What's the next stage for you? BIOMEDevice Boston featuring Design & Manufacturing will help get you there.
Five Reasons BIOMEDevice Needs To Be On Your Calendar For 2020
- Largest event of its kind in the region with over 2200 attendees and 335 exhibitors
- Only event of 2020 in the region where you will find the latest education and cutting-edge tech in 3DP
- Most diverse grouping of suppliers-including 3D printing, biomaterials, injection molding, components etc
- Access to free show floor theater content and networking events including keynotes, happy hours, and panel technology activations
- Upgrade your expo pass to attend the two-day, four-track conference covering key topics in the product development cycle from the early R&D stage to design and manufacturing.
Massachusetts leads the nation in medical device exports at more than $6 billion.
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In the medical device market, the region is at the top for export, with medical devices accounting for nearly 25% of exports from Massachusetts.
Massachusetts is the nation’s leading life sciences employer with just fewer than 500 OEMs residing in the state.
Learn from Medtech Leaders at the Conference
The Conference brings together renowned R&D experts and technology innovators to share information regarding opportunities, best practices and challenges in the development of the new devices. Attendees will get insight into device innovation trends, next-generation design strategies and upcoming changes in medical device regulations.
Design with ease and accelerate your product’s time to market at BIOMEDevice Boston. The four-track conference will inform and inspire medical device makers with sessions created to drive innovation from idea to reality. Learn more ?
Who Can Benefit from BIOMEDevice Boston Featuring Design & Manufacturing?
BIOMEDevice is the only event in the Boston area that offers end-to-end solutions for medical device and manufacturing professionals. Get the support you need to turn concepts into competitive products on the market.
Who Should Attend?
Research & Development
What Can You Source?
Product Design & Development
Medical Device Components
"Excellent opportunity to save time by speaking with many qualified potential suppliers in one place at the same time."
— Michael Barg, Chief Engineer, Lexington Consulting
"Don't miss this chance to hear from rainmakers on the front-line of innovation."
— Nancy Austin, Security Consultant, Cyberrae
"The show provided an opportunity to meet experts in the industry and understand capabilities of technology leaders and implementation partners across service businesses, contract manufacturers, and suppliers of medical equipment."
— Jeff Remmers, President, iSine