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Innovation in medical plastics continues in the form of new materials, improved processing methods, new designs for devices and packages and new sustainability initiatives. This is despite the many new challenges that MedTech has faced in the form of the pandemic limitations, supply chain challenges and new regulations. Trends in the industry have also helped define new approaches for innovation and best practices to demonstrate effective and safe medical technologies.
This year’s MiniTec will be a two-day event Starting Monday morning and extending through Tuesday evening and will include multiple networking opportunities with industry leaders. SPE’s Medical Plastic Division will also feature table-top exhibitors in the conference room and our popular poster session display with more information for Plastics and MedTech professionals. Don’t miss it!
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In addition, you have access to all of the free education available on the expo floor. Click here to view the complete list of education offered.
MedtechWomen is a 501c3 organization founded in 2010, by medtech executives to connect, educate and inspire fellow medtech women by creating an ongoing content-driven, solutions-oriented dialogue on the future of our industry. Dedicated to highlighting and promoting underrepresented medtech leaders inclusive of all races, ethnicities and gender identities, we envision a time when the medtech industry represents the diversity of our served populations, leading to improvements in diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes. Join us for a panel discussion featuring medtech industry experts who will talk about innovations in product development.
The Industry 4.0 club's purpose is to engage the power of diverse worldwide talent to accelerate the global evolution to Industry 4.0. The club does this by hosting respectful, thoughtful, and inter-disciplinary open conversations and creating quality content on wide-ranging Industry 4.0 topics to expand the reach of our community. This includes impactful guidance by and for small and mid-sized enterprises and all levels of STEM. The Industry 4.0 Club is proud to have partnered with Informa to develop the Advanced Manufacturing Education track at IME West 2023.