The Dubai World Dermatology and Laser Conference and Exhibition (Dubai Derma 2022), which concluded its 21st edition on March 2, 2022, has registered direct and indirect business deals worth more than $544 million.
The record-breaking volume of business deals highlights the event’s ability to offer a platform for new partnership and investment opportunities for regional and international companies. The event attracted 21,000 visitors and participants including some of the world’s foremost specialists and experts in the dermatology and cosmetics sector.
This exceptional volume of deals also highlights Dubai’s growth as a hub for major industries to connect, network, and explore collaborations, as well as the UAE’s position as a leading player in the global medical and scientific sector.
“A prominent event attended by the industry’s leading companies, Dubai Derma received significant positive feedback from participants and visitors. Through Dubai Derma, we seek to support the UAE’s efforts to stimulate the growth of the medical sector and contribute to greater trade and engagement in the sector between the UAE and the rest of the world. We are very pleased to see high demand and advance bookings from companies for next year’s event.”
The Derma Dubai conference featured 326 scientific lectures, 79 workshops, and more than 90 scientific poster presentations focused on various developments related to cosmetic surgery, lasers, cosmetic dermatology and anti-aging, among others.
Dr. Hassan Galadari, Head of the Scientific Committee for Dubai Derma Conference, said the scientific conferences and forums at the event offered international medical institutions an opportunity to exchange new information and ideas that will influence and shape new conversations in the global medical community.
The conference raised awareness on the scientific aspects of dermatology and brought together some of the industry’s leading names from around the world, such as Dr. Jean Bologna, Professor of Dermatology at Yale University and Assistant Secretary-General of the International Society of Dermatology. Dr. Bologna gave a lecture focused on various scientific aspects of dermatology and immune deficiencies that may lead to skin diseases such as lupus.