ADX16 Sydney To Break Attendance Records
16th Mar 16
A record number of dentists and allied oral healthcare professionals have registered to attend Australia's premier dental event, the ADX16 Sydney dental exhibition. Held over 18-20 March 2016, this is an event that allows the dental community to see more, buy more and learn more.
Key Issues For The Dental Industry —
Australia’s largest healthcare trade show, the ADX16 Sydney dental exhibition, is set to break all attendance records with the number of pre-event registrations reaching all-time highs. Held over 18-20 March 2016 in the Sydney Exhibition @ Glebe Island, more than 5,000 dentists and allied oral healthcare professionals have registered to attend an event that allows them to see more, buy more and learn more.
Combining a trade show covering some 13,000 square meters, ADX16 Sydney includes a seminar program with leading international speakers. The event is convened by the Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA), the peak business organisation representing manufacturers and suppliers of dental products.
The ADIA membership is looking forward to this event and they are all smiles because, once again, ADX16 Sydney has cemented its reputation as Australia’s premier dental event.
Across Australia the ADX16 Sydney exhibition enjoys a reputation as the dental community’s leading sales event where dentists and allied oral healthcare professionals come to see and buy the latest dental products from Australia and overseas.
For everybody with an interest in dental products the ADX16 Sydney is a must-attend event. Every leading supplier is there and many offer discounts that are only available at the exhibition.
A unique feature is that the exhibition is free to enter, something that’s welcomed by the entire dental community. A small fee exists for professionals wishing to attend the seminar program and ADIA is donating the proceeds to the Australian Dental Research Foundation (ADRF), the nation’s peak dental research funding vehicle.
ADIA’s decision to donate the proceeds from seminar program sales to the ADRF is indicative of how ADIA uses the event to bring the entire dental community together. ADIA sees this as more than an exhibition, but a celebration of everything that’s great about dentistry in Australia.
With more than a dozen associations representing dentists and allied oral healthcare professionals participating in ADX16 Sydney, the event is the largest single gathering of dental community stakeholders.
That’s what makes this event truly unique, it provides a platform for stakeholders across the dental community to come together, share experiences and exchange ideas – plus buy some great products.
For further information on the ADX16 Sydney dental exhibition visit: www.adx.org.au
Member Engagement —
ADIA provides leadership, strategy, advocacy and support. Our members set our agenda, fund our activities and directly benefit from the results. On matters associated with the conduct of dental exhibitions the ADIA staff receive advice and guidance from members who serve on the ADIA-DEC Dental Exhibitions Committee.
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