ATLANTA (June 26, 2020)—With Medtrade scheduled for Nov. 2-4, 2020 in Atlanta, familiar SmartSaver rates are now in effect. SmartSaver rates are the absolute lowest rates attendees can get.
By Mark Lind
ATLANTA (June 23, 2020)—Many have asked about the look and feel of Medtrade, scheduled for Nov. 2-4, 2020, at the Georgia World Congress Center (GWCC) in Atlanta. If the show goes off as planned, and that’s still the goal, there’s no doubt the vibe will be different. Traditional embraces and handshakes, for example, may be replaced by elbow bumps and waves. There may be widespread mask wearing, so facial recognition could be a bit trickier.
ATLANTA (December 11, 2019)—Behind the scenes of the recently completed Medtrade lurked a familiar face in a new role. With a crisp bow tie and calm demeanor, Mark Lind morphed from associate show director to show director for 2019’s premiere HME-focused trade show.
Medtrade attendees are used to seeing Kevin Gaffney in the show director role, and Gaffney’s presence will continue to be felt in his capacity as vice president and group show director.
LAS VEGAS (December 5, 2019)—Medtrade Spring 2020 is scheduled for March 3-5, 2020. Yep, it’s only three months away, and Early Rates are in effect through Dec. 7.
ATLANTA (October 23, 2019)—A stairlift, a CPAP mask and a walker accessory were the winners of the coveted Providers’ Choice Awards announced at Medtrade in Atlanta on Wednesday, October 23. The awards are chosen by show attendees from products displayed in the New Product Pavilion, sponsored by HomeCare Magazine. The winners were:
LAS VEGAS (April 19, 2019)—Registration numbers tracked ahead leading up to Medtrade Spring at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, and organizers say most everyone who registered ending up making the trip.
ATLANTA (January 10, 2019)—Kevin M. Gaffney, CEM, will expand his group show director role to include vice president duties for Medtrade, Medtrade Spring and four additional shows: Environments for Aging (EFA); Construction SuperConference; Healthcare Design; and Hospitality Design. His recent promotion reflects a core belief that trade shows are particularly relevant, even in a digital age.