Some of the world’s leading fertility experts and companies will be taking part in Fertility Show Africa, the continent’sfirstdedicated fertility event which takes place in Johannesburg on Friday, March 6, and Saturday, March 7, at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Gauteng and which is expected to draw more than 3000 visitors.
This follows successful international fertility events that offer those struggling to conceive, prospective fertility patients and those on a journey to parenthood, the opportunity to engage with the leading specialists, experts and exhibitors and be exposed to every conceivable alternative in a supportive and unobtrusive environment.
Says Heidi Warricker, CEO and organiser of Fertility Show Africa (FSA): “We are delighted with the huge interest the show has already generated. It is a first for South Africa to have all these world experts under one roof sharing their knowledge and expertise. FSA provides the invaluable opportunity to engage directly with your core target audience on a live event industry platform – all under one roof – and to position your company and brand on the only fertility event of its kind in Africa.”
Some show highlights include:
- IFAASA Expert Talks: A cutting-edge talks programme on current and pertinent topics that impact the journey to parenthood. It features more than 20 of the best fertility professionals, adoption specialists and medical professionals.
- IVF Babble Support Zone & Live Q&A: This intimate stage is the place where visitors can get their questions answered by the specialists and engage with a panel of experts on key topics with a programme supported and hosted by leading professionals in fertility.
- Ferring & SASREG Medical Specialists Lounge
An exclusive meeting and relaxation area for fertility experts, trade and industry professionals. Meet with fellow industry players, network and enjoy a light snack & beverage compliments of the area sponsors.
- IVF Competition IVF Babble have been working with leading IVF clinics around the world to secure free fertility treatments for those trying for a baby. At the show they will be announcing 12 successful applicants in the global IVF giveaway that they organise each year. The initiative has already given away 26 free IVFs which has so far resulted in five babies being born with four more pregnancies.
One of the show’s exhibitors, Hart Fertility Clinic, will be sponsoring a free IVF treatment.
Media sponsors and coverage:
Media partners and sponsors, to date, include Living & Loving, Your Family, Bona, Woman & Home, Essentials, Baby Yum Yum and Baby’s and Beyond . There’s also the Specialist Forum, Medicle Chronicle, Medical Academic, IVF Babble and Fertility Road, the world’s foremost pre-conception digital platform based in London and New York, designed to offer individuals and couples an opportunity to access information and help on fertility related issues.
FSA is proudly supported by IFAASA (Infertility Awareness Association of South Africa) and SASREG (South African Society for Reproductive Medicine and Gynaecological Endoscopy).