This week, Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford, the Maryland Department of Commerce, and 11 local companies are traveling overseas to Arab Health 2020, one of the world's largest healthcare exhibitions.
Maryland Commerce is hosting a 430 square-foot booth, where exhibiting companies will receive display space and meeting areas within the booth, as well as matchmaking assistance through Maryland’s global office in the United Arab Emirates (UAE)
The companies traveling to Arab Health this year include Baltimore's emocha Mobile Health Inc. and Sonavi Labs, Inc.; Montgomery County's Get Real Health, Health Solutions Research (HSR), LKC Technologies Inc., Pindox Pharma Inc., Shreis Scalene Sciences USA, and 20/20 GeneSystems, Inc.; Prince George's County company GraceMed Solutions, LLC; Frederick's Integrated Pharma Services; and Baltimore County-based Pevco Systems International Inc.
“Arab Health provides a great opportunity for our state to strengthen its relationship with some of the industry’s top leaders and decision makers from around the globe and encourage them to do business in Maryland,” said Lt. Governor Rutherford.
To assist with travel and marketing costs associated with international trade shows, Maryland Commerce recently awarded 16 ExportMD grants to companies working towards global expansion.