Advanced healthcare accessible

Raphael Nagel
Filed on March 11, 2021

The Abrahamic Business Circle will conduct its first healthcare workshop in Dubai in April 2021. Titled 'Reimagining Healthcare Delivery Beyond The Abraham Accords', the workshop will bring together the region's medical communities for investment and growth opportunities in the field of healthcare management, life science industry, medical tourism and hospital management.

The healthcare workshop will create huge business opportunities for its members to expand their network and take full advantage of the 'matchmaking' designed for doctors, medical technologies, hospital management, investors and healthcare providers.

The Abrahamic Business Circle bridges the gap between investors in the Arab world, Israel and beyond, sharing valuable business opportunities and knowledge on how to manage health-related issues.

The exposition table in the workshop will pave the way to all investors and medical companies to forge together future business relationships.

Growth market for healthcare

It is an obvious fact that after signing the Abraham Accords, not only the top Israeli medical related companies are rejoicing in this agreement but also the startups in medical and healthcare as well.

There have already been significant deals happening. For example, right after the Abraham Peace Accords agreement, G42, the leading AI and cloud computing company based in Abu Dhabi announced its partnership with Nanoscent, an Israeli startup specialising in reading technologies. Moreover, recently Zulekha Hospital in UAE and the Israel's Health Plus forged an agreement to cooperate in Medical Tourism.

Those mentioned are only a few of the deals that have been gaining ground.

The UAE has an excellent and an advanced healthcare system, thanks to the great relations with global health community. They brought some of the world's best doctors and some world leading hospitals opened branches in the UAE.

Good for both economies

With the signing of the Abraham Accords, the door opens for Israel. Israeli medical and biotechnological innovations are among the world's most state-of-of-the art technologies that can be useful to anyone and can indeed improve humanity. Nevertheless, let's get real. There will be no inventions without investors. This is where The Abrahamic Business Circle plays its part. We made possible close cooperation between medical research institutions and the investment industry to find a way to sit together. With this investment, the healthcare and medical technology sector, especially electronics, has been identified as the most promising growth sector in the country.

Raphael Nagel is the Chairman and Founder, Abrahamic Business Circle


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