Visit SwimCount at Medica in Düsseldorf today!

Visit SwimCount at Medica in Düsseldorf today!

November 15, 2016

Right now, you can meet SwimCount at the MEDICA exhibition in Düsseldorf, Germany! We are located in Hall 16 Stand-No. 16D41 from 14. - 17. November 2016.

SwimCount is being distributed and marketed internationally by local distributors, and therefore, we invite interested companies with the right match of expertise to come and visit us. 

We are especially looking for distributors who : 
  • Have a strong local pharmacy presence : companies with a proven track record of getting innovative products listed at local pharmacies and drugstores. 
  • Sell fertility OTC products : there are significant synergies  with pregnancy and ovulation tests and other fertility products. 
  • Have online sales experience : a significant proportion of sales will be generated online. Experience in the online distribution of diagnostics or medical technology is preferable. 

And of course, we also look very much forward to welcoming our already established distributors from all over the world!

Meet SwimCount at Medica 2006, Germany



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