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Reasons to partner with Fertility Show Africa

With 1 in 6 couples struggling with infertility and for those on a fertility journey for other reasons, Fertility Show Africa is a unique and much needed event on the annual fertility events calendar. 

Fertility Show Africa exhibitors will have the opportunity to engage directly and support visitors on their fertility journey and journey to parenthood, and searching for products, services and information to assist them in making the right choice for them. 

The event will feature a wide array of exhibitors as well as a line-up of expert speakers who will cover a range of topics – from IVF to surrogacy and adoption – designed to inform and enlighten couples who are trying to start or grow their family. 

Partnering with us will provide you with the unique opportunity to educate couples facing infertility and ensure they are given sufficient accurate information to make informed choices. Your participation will contribute to the success of the show’s mission which is to grow awareness around infertility, to provide reliable information and to support fertility patients on their fertility journey.  

The attendee profile will include: 

  • People trying to start or expand their family
  • People diagnosed with fertility problems
  • Individuals, couples, singles & same sex couples from all over South Africa, Africa & Internationally
  • Reproductive Medical Specialists, Obstetricians, Gynaes, Embryologists, Nurses, IVF co-ordinators, Lab staff, Caregivers, Fertility Trade & Industry

Opportunities for visitors include support and specialised information around: 

  • Adoption
  • Alternative therapies, including acupuncture, reiki, vitamins and supplements, as well as eating and lifestyle options to encourage fertility
  • Artificial insemination, IVF and ICSI
  • Egg, sperm and embryo donation
  • Surrogacy
  • The LGBT community
  • Legal and ethical aspects
  • Treatment options and ways in which to optimise egg and sperm health

Opportunities for exhibitors include:

  • Face-to-face interaction and immediate feedback with a highly engaged audience
  • The ability to generate awareness of your products by showcasing your specialist range and alternative offerings to a public that is actively seeking solutions
  • The opportunity to align your brand with the most credible experts in the field of fertility and adoption
  • The launch of new products and services, as well as a means to identify new products and markets

We look forward to welcoming you as an exhibitor at Fertility Show Africa!

To apply for a stand, request rates or just looking for more information, complete the form below and our event team will get back to you as soon as possible.

6 great reasons to exhibit

Leading Event

Fertility Show Africa is the only event in Africa for visitors to get the best and most accurate advice, support and information on fertility, adoption, surrogacy, treatment options, egg and sperm donation, alternative therapies and their health.

Market Leaders

Fertility Show Africa gathers market leaders and players in the fertility industry as exhibitors.

African Hub

Fertility Show Africa addresses visitors in South Africa and Africa.

Market Orientation

Fertility Show Africa presents innovative products, solutions and essential information to support the fertility journey of patients, to find the right solution to meet their needs.

Inspiration


Fertility Show Africa informs about trends and developments within an inspiring talks and support programme.

Valuable Network

Exhibitors and visitors will benefit from our network of key industry players, associations and media.

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