Become a Sponsor of XPOMET© Medicinale 2020
It’s been less than two weeks since we wrapped on the XPOMET© Medicinale 2019 but we’re already working hard on the next edition of our festival. While we are proud of what we achieved this year, next year will be bigger and better in every single way. In order to achieve our lofty aims, and to truly showcase the best innovations in health and tech, we are running an open call for sponsors of our event. Do you want to be a sponsor? Read on below!
The XPOMET© Medicinale 2020 will be perfect place to communicate your vision to other companies, members of the public, students and potential future employees. Whether you are an established company looking to further assert your brand or a fledging start-up, we have a host of different packages that are perfectly suited to your needs.
No idea is too big or too small. Some of our success stories from 2019 included the showcase from DRF Luftrettung — which involved them bringing in one of their beautiful helicopters — and the floral analysis company Biomes, who adorned the Medicinale with a walk-in inflatable intestine. Perhaps the best example is our header image of four different companies working together to give a great presentation on how the Hospital of the Future could operate in reality. Over 2900 people attended the festival, from the C-Level to students to press to celebrities, giving their work the attention it deserved. As a dynamic and innovative start up, we are very flexible with what we offer. Additionally, if you believe that perhaps your company isn’t quite in line with our healthcare-based focus, give us a call anyway, and you’ll be surprised at our flexibility.
We have a full package ready for your perusal, with Early Bird offers running until the end of the year. Getting involved with us is very easy. All you have to do is either fill in the contact form here or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to facilitate your request and provide more information. Get in touch now!
Photo Credit: Denis Havantsev