Healthcare Summit 2017

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An exclusive 2-day summit promoting business between Indian & French healthcare professionals 

covering the latest research discoveries, innovations in healthcare and the exploding healthtech sector.


  • 6 Keynotes

  • 4 Roundtables – Medical devices / Innovative Management / Rare Diseases / Personalized Medicine

  • 3 Exclusive research breakthroughs

  • Daily networking sessions

  • 22 Exhibitors

  • Diplomats from France and India

Help us to better understand your expectations in the Healthcare space between India and France.

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Discovering and learning from each other, looking for shared opportunities,

 building business to business partnerships in the Healthcare Sector:

Medical devices / E-Health / Healthtech /Health processes and organisation


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At a first glance, India and France Healthcare sectors look very far apart. Demographics are hugely different-  1300 million people in India, 50% less 25 years old and a life expectancy of 68 – versus 67 million in France, 19% being more than 65 years old and a life expectancy of 82. France spends 11,75% of its GDP on Healthcare versus 4,7% for India. There are 300 citizens for one doctor in France versus 1500 in India. India’s Healthcare sector is already worth 100 B$, that is about 70$ per person versus 290 B$ in France or  5000$/person. India’s Healthcare has huge challenges ahead – acces, mass treatment, cost, insurance etc. –  but is poised to grow at 17% per year in the years to come. France’s healthcare sector is seen as one of the best in the world, but is mature and faces serious challenges as well – silver economy, National Social Security costs and future balance, acces to health in tier II cities and rural areas.


Beyond the startling differences, there are probably at least three converging imperatives for both sectors:


  • Enabling better acces to diagnostic and healthcare in remote areas, making treatment accessible to all, including the deprived.
  • Reducing the cost of medical care – from diagnostic to medical devices, products and surgical protocols and home care – by streamlining organisations, standardisation and systematic reengineering.
  • Innovating – innovating in new products and protocols as well as in processes – with the idea of scale and cost at the core.


The purpose of this first France-India Summit is to explore these challenges and look at the opportunities:  learning from each other, exploring shared initiatives, possible partnerships and commercial, research opportunities.  And also look at the resources needed – talent, funding – to make these opportunities happen.


The Summit participants and organisation

  • About 150 participants, 20 Investment funds & VCs, 12 CEOs.
  • 4 roundtables, 3 networking moments, 2 BtoB sessions, 22 stands.

2 days preceded by a VIP dinner.





102, Avenue Gaston Roussel
93230, Romainville France

Métro Ligne M5 – Station Raymond Queneau
BUS Ligne 145 – Louise DORY
BUS Ligne 318 – Louise DORY
Aéroport Paris-Charles de Gaulle
Aéroport Paris-Le Bourget



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