It is a pleasure to announce Fundación Export.Ar as a sponsor of the Medical Tourism Association’s annual congress, 7th World Medical Tourism Congress (Washington D.C. Sep 20-24) which is the largest medical tourism event in the world welcoming more than 2,000 participants from 100 countries. The event is the perfect platform to obtain an advanced education about medical tourism and meet industry decision makers.
Q: Why is important for Fundación Export.Ar to attend the 7th World Medical Tourism Congress?
A: Fundación ExportAr is a mixed institution comprising both the public and private sectors to assist the Argentinian business community in selling its competitive products effectively abroad in order to access, increase and diversify its exports. It is important to attend this event because the services and tools provided by Fundación Export.Ar are constantly updated to meet business people’s needs and demands based on a daily interaction and an agile and effective communication that the congress provides.
Q: What would ExportAR like to achieve this year at the 7th World Medical Tourism Congress?
A: The program “Argentina Healthcare” involves the most prestigious health centers specialized clinics and medical service brokers associated with top quality standards. Our primary goal is to turn Argentina into the most important medical hub in Latin America.
Q: Please share with us some exciting news happening at ExportAR
A: Through its website, www.exportar.org.ar, Fundación Export.Ar offers business people data, information and current news of interest to those who are already doing business with foreign parties and those who wish to take the first steps in the export business.
Apart from receiving institutional information and support, those who visit our web page can learn about our programs and services and take a look at business intelligence data, documents and research carried out by Fundación Export.Ar professionals.
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