MedicaEx launches B2B market for medical devices

Taiwan-based operates a “one-stop online marketplace” to connect buyers and sellers of medical devices and medical equipment, the company said.

The company said it found that nearly all companies making B2B purchases of medical devices use online resources, and a third use email newsletters in the process.

“Our platform is proving to be a phenomenal time saver for everyone involved,” MedicaEx chief executive Luke Yang said in a prepared statement. “MedicaEx showcases outstanding medical equipment and technology from around the world. The platform is easy to use and a great way for businesses to get their products out there. »

Medicaid says its features include online and offline channels, live trade shows, ways to showcase products, press release publishing tools, and search engine optimization tools.

“If you are a manufacturer, our platform is the best way for you to showcase your products,” Yang said. “And if you’re a distributor, you can connect with a salesperson to access the products you need. You can also publish your research or news on our blog.

MedicaEx claims to have over 20,000 subscribers, 30 companies involved in medical exposures, and total exposure to over 100,000 people who work in medicine.

According to the MedcaEx website, the company offers participants a Basic plan that starts at $1,880 per year and a Premium plan that is not priced on the site.

MedicaEx also offers, via its website, advice to companies on the exploitation of the medical device and equipment sectors. For example, a recent article on the website states that “the industry is gradually realizing the importance of digital marketing methods” and offers tips for different types of digital marketing.

In related news, Rishi Nayyar, co-founder and CEO of digital health information company PocketHealth, discussed how the medical field is digitizing health records and images to help move healthcare online.

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