The launch of Asia Derma in Singapore announced

INDEX Conferences & Exhibitions, member of INDEX Holding, recently announced the launch of Asia Derma, the Asia-Pacific Dermatology and Aesthetic Conference & Exhibition. The event will be held from 5-7 December 2018 at SUNTEC Convention & Exhibition Centre in Singapore. Asia Derma is set to be an exclusive platform dedicated to dermatologists, skin specialists and industry leaders in Asia-Pacific region.
Inspired by 18 successful editions of the famous Dubai Derma Conference & Exhibition, Asia Derma will be focusing on the Asia-Pacific markets. The 3-day scientific event is expected to witness the participation of more than 100 exhibitors and industry leaders & attract over 1,500 trade visitors & delegates.
Eng. Anas Al Madani, Vice-Chairman and Group CEO of INDEX Holding said: “While the global dermatology market is projected to reach 33.7 billion dollars in 2022, latest estimates by GBI market research suggest that the ‘Asia-Pacific’ region is the fastest growing market for dermatology devices leaving North America and Europe behind. With the increasing prevalence of skin disorders, increasing awareness of aesthetic procedures, developing technologies and rising disposable income in emerging markets, the Asia Pacific region is today driving the industry’s quest for effective skincare solutions.”
He added, “The ‘Asia Derma’ Conference and Exhibition has made its debut at the right opportune time in Singapore, which is the business and financial nerve centre of the Asia-Pacific region, and we hope visitors and participants attending this global international skincare event will take advantage of the highly interactive environment provided at the venue.”
Professor Goh Chee Leok, Chairman of Asia Derma 2018 Scientific Committee, Singapore, said: “The inaugural Asia-Derma Conference & Exhibition will be held in Singapore in December, this year. The organising committee has planned a comprehensive scientific programme that will provide an exceptional opportunity for practitioners to share their experience, improve their knowledge, and enhance their skills in dermatology and aesthetic medicine. The trade exhibition, running parallel to the conference, will also create an opportunity for the industry professionals to introduce the latest skincare technologies in medical care.”
Doctor Hasan Galadari, Co-Chairman of Asia Derma 2018 Scientific Committee, said: “Dermatology in Asia has always been a rich and robust specialty. What we promise in Singapore is a medium that will help showcase this, shed the spotlight on the specialty and the success of those who have practiced it. Information, knowledge and education will be key elements shared and the inaugural edition of Asia Derma will help do that.”