The Health and Health Tourism industry is rapidly growing and gaining importance in today’s world. With the increasing focus on wellness and the need for high-quality healthcare services, it has become imperative to bring together the best minds in the industry to share their insights and ideas. That is why the Business Networking Meeting of Health and Health Tourism Activists was held on 27 September 2022, at the Oman Health Exhibition & Conference, in Muscat, Oman.
The event saw the participation of some of the most prominent figures in the industry, including Majid Zangooei – Secretary General of the Health Tourism Development Center of Islamic Countries (HTDC), Redha Juma – Chairman of the Oman Chamber of Commerce, Eyad Bdeir – Secretary of Oman Health Exhibition & Conference, Abdolreza Khodadadi – as representative of HTDC office in Oman, Taqi Abdwalwani – President of College and Hospital of Al Khalij, Dalip Kumar Chopra – President of Foundation of Healthcare and Wellness Promotion of India, Vahid Asgari – International Affairs Director of Royan Stem Cell Technology, Masoumeh Marzban – representative of Sina Hospital in Isfahan, and Shinop Raj – CEO of Aster Hospital.
The speakers delivered insightful and thought-provoking speeches, sharing their experiences and discussing various topics related to health and health tourism. Majid Zangooei, talked about the importance of collaboration between countries in the Islamic world to promote health tourism. Redha Juma highlighted the potential of Oman as a health tourism destination and the need for better infrastructure to support this industry. Eyad Bdeir discussed the latest trends and developments in the healthcare industry and their implications for health tourism.
After the speeches, the participants had the opportunity to network and engage in B2B meetings, discussing potential collaborations and partnerships. This session provided a platform for business leaders to exchange ideas, explore new opportunities, and establish new business relationships. The event concluded with a business dinner at City Season Hotel, providing a relaxed and informal setting for participants to continue their discussions.
Overall, the Business Networking Meeting of Health and Health Tourism Activists was a successful event that brought together the best minds in the industry. The speakers shared their knowledge and insights, and the participants had the opportunity to engage in meaningful discussions and establish new business relationships. Such events are crucial in driving the growth and development of the health and health tourism industry and will play a vital role in shaping the future of this sector.