Strong and well thought out partnerships are a big part of the future in Africa's healthcare industry.

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Prepared by Oliver Kinross, this release announces the key participants and sponsors for the very unique 2nd Africa Healthcare Summit 2015.

On February 26th & 27th 2015 Africa's largest healthcare event in Europe will take place in London. Oliver Kinross are proud to announce that the 2nd Africa Healthcare Summit 2015 will host top level government officials from Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Zambia, Tunisia and Somali-land.

As a continent Africa still has many healthcare issues to address but there are also many success stories to take note of. It is widely reported that the highest success rates come when governments, private firms, NGO's and institutions work together closely to form unique partnerships that best reflect the context of each healthcare challenge. Due to the size of Africa's overall population and the diversity of cultures within each country, forming meaningful and lasting partnerships is crucial to the development of and access to primary healthcare in Africa.

The Africa Healthcare Summit will assist both local and international stakeholders in better understanding how to form long lasting and beneficial relationships in a multilateral landscape. This is achieved through a combination of presentations and one-on-one meetings that are available with representatives from Government, financial institutions, NGO's, private & public firms and the leaders in medical technologies and solutions.

GE Healthcare - as the platinum sponsor - will shed light on advanced technology, advisory solutions and the latest developments in the industry, to address Africa‚Äôs healthcare challenges during their opening panel discussions over two days.  Their contribution will highlight recent end-user studies and their latest innovations in Africa.

Oliver Kinross are proud to announce that the gold sponsors of the Africa Healthcare Summit 2015 will be Elekta, the European Centre of Expertise for the Healthcare Industry, Partec, Varian Medical Systems and Wolters Kluwer. Our silver plus sponsors will be Linet and Karl Storz. Our leading partner is the Pan African Chamber of Commerce & Industry (PACCI). Do not miss out on the opportunity to establish contacts in Africa's healthcare sector right here in London!

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Eoghan McDonaugh
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