Ten local companies are joining Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford and the Maryland Department of Commerce this week on a trip to MEDICA 2021, the world's largest medical trade show held every year in Dusseldorf, Germany. This is the 11th year that Maryland – through Commerce's Office of International Investment and Trade – has participated in the global trade show as part of a continuing strategy to boost trade and promote Maryland to overseas businesses.
Maryland is hosting a 72 square-meter booth, or 775 square-feet, to demonstrate company products and services at the show, which typically attracts more than 120,000 attendees from around the world.
The Maryland companies traveling to MEDICA this year include 20/20 Gene Systems (Rockville); Hawkeye Medical (Lanham); Health Kiosk for All, Inc. (Forest Hill); Longeviti Neuro Solutions (Cockeysville); Medispec (Gaithersburg); mdlogix (Baltimore); Micropore, Inc. (Elkton); Pindox Pharma, Inc. (Gaithersburg); Supplema, LLC (Hunt Valley); and Tetracore (Rockville).