2016 ADIA Victorian Dental Show Momentum Builds
6th Jun 16
With less than two weeks until the 2016 ADIA Victorian Dental Show, excitement is building for the state’s largest regularly scheduled dental trade show.
Key Issues For The Dental Industry —
Convened by the Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA), the peak body representing manufacturers and suppliers of dental products, the 2016 ADIA Victorian Dental Show is to be held over 17-18 June 2016 at the Melbourne Convention Centre and allows dentists and allied oral healthcare professionals the opportunity to see the latest products from Australia and overseas at a locally-tailored event.
Dentists and allied oral healthcare professionals in Victoria who have not already registered are encouraged to avoid the queues and pre-register online via the link below:
Strong pre-event registrations are demonstrating that Victoria’s dental community is excited about this opportunity to meet the leading local suppliers of dental products, and having no admission charges appears to be a factor in why so many dentists are registering their entire team.
The result reflects the esteem the Victorian dental community holds for this event - the 2016 ADIA Victorian Dental Show is particularly regarded as it is held alongside the state convention organised by the Australian Dental Association Victorian Branch (ADAVB). The collaboration between ADIA and ADAVB has been well maintained over the history of the event - demonstrating the benefits of the positive relationship between the two bodies and their respective members.
The 2016 ADIA Victorian Dental Show forms a part of the ADIA’s portfolio of national and regional exhibitions. Most prominently, the ADIA is the organisation behind ADX18 Sydney, the national largest healthcare trade show that will be held over 23-25 March 2018 in the new International Convention Centre, Sydney.
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