Medical Technology UK will take place at the Coventry Building Society Arena on 16-17 March 2022.

In association with our partner, Medical Engineers, Medical Technology UK will focus solely on the needs of the UK medical device manufacturing community. It is the sister show to the highly regarded and respected Medical Technology Ireland, now in its fourth extremely successful year.

Medical Technology UK will comprise an Exhibition that will be stacked with over 120 leading specialist companies from all tiers of the medical device manufacturing supply chain.  The Learning Programme features a comprehensive series of technical presentations taking place over the two days of the Event, presented by experts in their field.  See the full programme at

In addition, the increasingly popular Women in MedTech Forum (so successful in Ireland) will make its debut in the UK to discuss key issues affecting women in the medical device engineering and manufacturing world.  Chaired by Dr Helen Meese, Founder & CEO of The Care Machine Ltd, speakers include a team of senior bioengineers from DePuy Synthes discussing the importance of including women in a product’s lifecycle and Sam Moore from Medical Engineers who will advise how to engage, motivate and retain women in the MedTech sector.

Colin Martin, co-founder and Director of Medtech Media Ltd, the organisers of the new event, explains that “there is no other event in the UK with the degree of focus that Medical Technology UK will have. Other, more general, design, engineering and manufacturing events exist, however none address the unique needs of the medical device design and manufacturing community with such clarity.”

“We’re pleased to also be launching the Women in MedTech forum at the Show, which will be shining a light on the incredible, ground-breaking work female engineers are doing in the industry.”

The March 2022 Exhibition is virtually sold out: Colin Martin notes that “Jason and I are very pleased with the reception the event received when we talked to the market. To date there are just four stands available. The event uptake exceeded our expectations and clearly demonstrates the demand for a highly focussed show of this kind.”

Visitors can register for free entry to the Exhibition, Learning Programme and Women in MedTech Forum (including free parking) at
Medical Technology UK will be open at 09.30 – 17.00 on Wednesday 16 March and at 09.30 – 15.30 on Thursday 17 March.

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The March 2022 venue, Coventry Building Society Arena, offers fantastic facilities with on-site hotel accommodation, bars and dining and the organisers will be providing fully paid-for parking to all exhibitors and visitors.

The ever changing Covid 19 landscape has meant that the organisers will be partnering the venture with Moore Medtech Ltd, Colin Martin explains that ‘we can respond quickly and decisively if we need to employ methods to ensure the safety of all stakeholders in a successful event. Measures in place include pre-testing of all visitors, exhibitors and contractors as well as the use of FAR UV lighting and Anti Viral “fogging” in order to keep common areas safe.

The new event is being launched with support from some key industry partners.

Medical Engineers is the UK’s leading specialist medical engineering placement and recruitment agency covering the key areas of manufacturing design and R&D, as well as regulatory, quality and executive management.

The GTMA is a UK based trade association that has been providing engineering supply chain solutions for many years in the UK but increasingly so now in the medical device and wider healthcare manufacturing sectors. Their associated Reshoring UK initiative is also helping to bring more medical device manufacturing back to the UK.

Martin said, “it is critical to have strong, strategic partnerships in place and we are delighted to have that with Medical Engineers, the GTMA, Reshoring UK and Healthcare Engineering Facilitator. We are all working in the same arena where medical device manufacturers and their suppliers need one another. They are a perfect fit and together we will deliver a dynamic, stimulating environment where business will be done”

For more information, contact Colin Martin at or

Helen Lawrence at

Source: Company Press Release