Waterford, Michigan – Registration is now open for life science and health care companies who want to showcase their innovative products and technologies at Demonstration Alley as part of INNO-VENTION 2014 – a Medical Main Street Conference.
Conference organizers have expanded Demonstration Alley for the 2014 health care and life science event. They are looking for exhibits that have a demonstrable “wow” factor. INNO-VENTION 2014 is set for Oct. 21-22 at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi. Information on the conference can be found at MedicalMainStreet.org.
“This is a unique opportunity for companies to introduce leading-edge technology to the Medical Main Street community,” Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson said. “Demonstration Alley has been one of the most popular features of our past conferences and I expect the 2014 edition will be the best we’ve ever had.”
Product evaluation criteria for the demonstration area includes: health care-related products that are new-to-market, visual, and award winning. Interactive live demonstrations are preferred. Companies wishing to be considered for space on Demonstration Alley should apply online at MedicalMainStreet.com. Submissions must be received by Sept. 5.
The fee to participate in Demonstration Alley is $500, which includes exhibit space and one complimentary conference registration. Questions may be directed to Leslie Smith, CMP at 248-353-0735, ext. 152 or email@example.com. Those selected will be notified by email by Sept. 12.
Patterson created Medical Main Street in 2008 with the area's leaders in health care, research and development, education and industry. INNO-VENTION 2013 attracted more than 600 health professionals, clinicians, investors and suppliers. A global audience of more than 95,000 people was reached through social media in the United States, Europe, Asia and Canada.
This year’s conference includes:
- Expanded Commercialization Competition
- Michigan Economic Development Corp.’s Pure Michigan Business Connect - matchmaking with purchasing agents from major health care providers
- Concurrent industry break-out sessions on Oct. 22
- Returning will be a networking reception on Oct. 21
- The INNOVATOR of the Year Award luncheon
The Medical Main Street board includes Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute, Beaumont Health System, Beckman Coulter Molecular Diagnostics, Crittenton Hospital, DMC Huron Valley Hospital, Ferndale Laboratories, Henry Ford Health Systems, Housey Pharmaceuticals, McLaren Health Care, MichBio, State Rep. Gail Haines, R-Waterford, Oakland Community College, Oakland University, Oxus Inc., Rockwell Medical Technologies, St. John Providence Health System and St. Joseph Mercy Oakland.
For more information on how to get involved, conference sponsorships and programming from INNO-VENTION 2014, visit MedicalMainStreet.com.