The Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi) will once again present a German pavilion at Sino Dental 2013 in Beijing. From 9th to 12th June 2013 this pavilion will feature around 50 exhibitors occupying some 1,500 m² of floor space. For the first time, the supplier presentations will be accompanied by a German dental industry showcase entitled ”Dental Technology from Germany”. Koelnmesse has taken over responsibility for the complete preparation and realization of this national participation, working in close cooperation with the BMWi and the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA). These responsibilities include working out the concept and design of the pavilion in preparation for the event and managing the project in Beijing. The Association of German Dental Manufacturers (VDDI) will not only have a presence at the German pavilion through its member companies but will also provide strong assistance for the organization of the special showcase. A high-level official of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology will be on hand to open the “Dental Technology from Germany” showcase at the China National Convention Center (CNCC) in Beijing.
The goal of the industry showcase is to spotlight the leading role played by the German dental industry in research and innovation. In particular, this presentation will focus on the unique cooperation of science and research with the German dental industry, and will include an overview of groundbreaking products and technologies.
The “German Dental Day” traditionally takes place on the second day of Sino Dental, which is 10th June in 2013. This event includes a specialist symposium that is part of the overall German participation. In contrast to the special showcase, which will present existing solutions, the main focus of the specialist symposium will be on possible approaches to solutions for the future. These will be presented by two top-class scientists and practicing doctors from Germany. The German Dental Day is a well-established event that is highly regarded by the Chinese Stomatological Association. This group recognizes the symposium as a supplementary educational measure in the field of dentistry
and grants four supplemental education points to the participants. Chinese dentists are required to accumulate ten such points each year.
As is customary, German participation at Sino Dental 2013 will be rounded off by an evening reception at the German embassy for several hundred invited guests from China and Germany.
In March 2013, before the event in Beijing, a press conference about “Dental Technology from Germany” will take place for the national and international trade press at IDS 2013 in Cologne.