Health & Rehab Scandinavia 2021 focused on professional knowledge sharing, inspiration and networking in the industry for assistive technology and welfare technology.
More than 5,900 industry professionals, decision-makers, and users from Denmark and all of Scandinavia visited the large halls, where more than 200 exhibitors were ready to showcase the latest and greatest solutions.
During the fair, more than 200 professional mini-seminars, events, and workshops were held by exhibitors and partners. Here visitors could gather new knowledge and inspiration. At the fair, visitors could put together their own course program depending on their professional area.
Health & Rehab Scandinavia offered, among other things, a humorous and professional opening by Peter Qvortrup Geisling and Mette Frobenius as well as the Danish Association of Occupational Therapists (Ergoterapeutforeningen), the Danish Association of the Physically Disabled (Dansk Handicap Forbund), FOA and Danish.Care.
The visitors was also invited to join a MasterClass on prevention of pressure ulcers by Professor Dimitri Beeckman and PhD student Anika Fourie.
At the fair "News of the year" was elected on NEWS zone.
There was also a political debate on how to better organize the assistive technology area by Charlotte Broman Mølbæk (SF), Member of the Danish Parliament, Nanna Skovgaard, Local Government Denmark (KL), Camilla Hersom, Regions of Denmark, Tina Nør Langager, the Danish Association of Occupational Therapists, and Susanne Olsen, the Danish Association of the Physically Disabled.
Post Show Report 2021
We can now publish the statistics for the fair. We are pleased that you helped make the fair a success and we thank you for the good feedback in the form of evaluations. We will use this in our efforts to create an even better trade show in 2021.
In the statistics you can see the geographical distribution, the categories of subjects, the visitor covers, and the distribution of age and gender.
Due to covid-19, it was expected that the number of visitors would be lower than the fair in 2018. However, the continued high number of visitors shows great support for the fair and proves how important it is to meet physically.
See the visitor statistics for 2021 here
See the visitor statistics for 2018 here