Analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo Booming Market: Life Science and Pharmaceutical Industry in India
Analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo are held at the same time since 2015. Together, these two events build the platform for analysis, laboratory and biotechnology on the Indian subcontinent. Both exhibitions cover the entire value chain for industrial and research laboratories.
According to the Instrument Business Outlook, in 2017 India will have the strongest regional market for life science, analytical instrumentation and lab products with an expected growth of 7.5 percent, outpacing China and the Asian Pacific Region. Within the next two years, the industry is expected to surpass two billion US dollars thanks to positive government regulations and an increasing demand for instrumentation from research to quality control. This means good business opportunities for exhibitors of Analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo 2017. India’s largest platform for the laboratory technology, analysis, biotechnology and diagnostics market takes place from September 21 to 23 at the Hitex Exhibition Center in Hyderabad.
The trade fairs reflect the current state of the industry and offer an eclectic combination of accompanying programs, business networking and the chance to meet the market leaders.
Hyderabad is also the perfect place to hold Analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo. More than 100 biotechnology companies including a number of small startups have settled in the city in an area encompassing 600 square kilometers known as Genome Valley. The companies and institutes in the high-tech development zone focus on research, education and manufacturing in the biomedicine sector. Besides, Hyderabad is Indias’s hub for pharmaceutical generics.
Business opportunities, networking and exchange
Exhibitors can now register for their participation in the leading event on the Indian market for analysis, laboratory technology and biotechnology. At the last edition of Analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo in 2016, the organizers welcomed 233 exhibitors from 12 countries and gathered more than 7042 trade visitors from around the world in three days. Since 93 percent of them are decision-makers with high investment volumes, promising business transactions are guaranteed.
In 2016, the event brought together internationally renowned manufacturers, laboratory users, consultants and key government officials on one common platform to discuss best practices and seek solutions to some of the most pressing challenges related to the industry and research. After a successful premiere in 2016, the Indian trade fairs continue to stage a Live Lab for food analysis and pharma analysis. Following the model of the parent fair analytica in Germany, the Live Lab gives manufacturers the opportunity to present their latest products and systems for the food an pharmaceutical industry in actual use.
Further highlights are educational workshops on lab handling and live demonstrations on laboratory safety: The special show “Lab Safety in the workplace” offers advice from the experts, experiments and insights. Laboratory staff can learn how to prevent themselves from accidents.
Buyer-Seller Meetings: platform for networking
The Buyer-Seller Meetings have become a highlight of the event over the past few years: Pre-sheduled meetings faciliate direct contact between exhibitors and potential clients from domestic and international markets.
With over 750 face to face meetings in 2016, also this year top decision makers and VIPs are expected, seeking for new equipment, technologies and solutions. Exhibitors can meet new companies and potential customers.