Finally live again networking. 15.-18. November 2021 For the re-start of MEDICA/COMPAMED 2021, the WILD Group presents itself with full manpower and lots of innovations. How do different ideas come together to create a pioneering medical technology product? And what distinguishes specialists who develop and manufacture such high-tech devices with experience, know-how and dexterity? The WILD Group will provide vivid answers to these questions at MEDICA/COMPAMED from November 15 to 18, 2021, by offering a look behind the scenes. And not just on site, where CTO Wolfgang Warum will be joined by the division management, employees from development and business development. “In addition, this year the Group is also bringing its development and production sites virtually to the trade fair stand,” explains Heidrun Freimuth, responsible for marketing and trade fairs. This gives potential new customers in particular an immediate impression of how WILD works. “After a two-year break from trade shows and countless online meetings, this year we are particularly looking forward to a relaunch of the presence trade show, where we can meet face-to-face with experts and manufacturers to discuss the latest technologies from the fields of Medical & Life Sciences, In-vitro Diagnostics & Analytics, Laboratory and Laser Technology and Lighting Technology. That’s why we deliberately rely on a strong team on site,” says Freimuth. The trade show portfolio of WILD and lighting specialist Photonic will be complemented by exciting products from WIN network partner INSION GmbH. This is one of the leading manufacturers of monolithic microspectrometers and spectral sensors for OEM applications as well as miniature fiber optics. A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY In-depth information on the topics of outsourcing and fluorescence technologies will be provided by two WILD experts at the COMPAMED Suppliers Forum. Business Development Manager Daniel Pressl will speak on Monday, November 15, about the importance of outsourcing as a solution to current and future challenges in the development and production of high-tech medical products. Photonic Business Developer Joachim Enengl will inform about the immense solution potential of fluorescence technologies on Tuesday, November 16. He will use various examples to provide insight into the know-how of photonic and optomechatronic engineering and manufacturing expertise that Photonic uses to optimize diagnostic and interventional devices.