Medical Tourism, How Kerala can Cash in?

Medical tourism

We are glad to announce the Future Medicine, Travel & Flavors HEALTH TOURISM CONCLAVE KERALA 2014, scheduled to be held on 28th November, 2014 at Hotel Ramada Kochi. The theme of the event is:'Medical Tourism, How Kerala can cash in?' This will be Kerala's first-of-its-kind event planned to brainstorm on, Kerala's prospects and challenges in health tourism. An array of national and international speakers and experts would be a major attraction of this conclave.
Health Tourism can add much value, both in quality and monetary wise to Kerala Tourism and many of our entrepreneurs are realized this and made millions worth investments towards this front. But still the sector is untapped and unexplored. A strategic marketing plan to promote Kerala Medical Value Tourism abroad through an overseas health tourism promotion council can effectively attract tourists and investors to Kerala. It is with this aim Future Medicine in association with Travel & Flavors magazine is organizing the medical value tourism conclave 2014 on 28th November 2014.
Designed with a healthy mission and commitment to promote Kerala's health-care entrepreneurs and medical tourism leaders, the Conclave will be a unique platform which Kerala's health-care entrepreneurs and thought leaders are eagerly be waiting for. The event will also serve as a rare networking circle where India's medical tourism leaders, top class professionals and innovative organisations to chart their future course of action.
On behalf of DC Media and DC Books at large, we have special privilege and immense pleasure in inviting you to be a partner of this prestigious event. While we cherish all our existing associations with you with deep gratitude, we are hopeful and request you to kindly accept our invitation to join us in this cause.

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