Full Steam Ahead for CHINA AID -- The Definitive Elderly Care Event

China's Most Well Established Expo for Long-term Care Leads the Way to a Brighter Day

SHANGHAI, Dec. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- As the leading expo in Aging Industry, CHINA AID will be held on 22-24 April, 2016 at Shanghai New International Expo Centre.

According to the Chinese National Statistics Office, the elderly population of China is set to reach 248 million by 2020, accounting for 17% of the population, and advancing the country into a super-aging society. China is facing severe social problems under the weight of this ageing demographic, but this is also being used to stimulate significant market potential. First held in 2000, CHINA AID has witnessed the blooming of the elderly welfare services industry since. During this time CHINA AID has steadily grown to become what is now the most influential and well-established conference and exhibition event for this sector in China. The expo boasts the largest show space, with the most exhibitors, and the backing of the most prominent government bodies, associations and companies in the long-term care and well-being industry in the country.

The 11th China International Expo for Elderly & Long-term Care, CHINA AID, will again be held at the Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC), taking place 8th-10th June 2016. Next year the show is set to expand to a total of 35,000 sqm of exhibition and conference space covering the full spectrum of professional long-term care products, facilities and services: senior care, nursing care, rehabilitation medicine, assistive devices, age-friendly housing, and healthcare management. Attendance is also expected to exceed 40,000 "B2B/B2G/B2N" professional delegates covering buyers from all levels of government, enterprise and NGOs, as well as the entire supply side of products and services for the elderly. As for the renowned conference, next year will include 6 themed long-term care industry forums, summits with delegations from eight countries, three open industry influencer workshops, and much more besides. It promises to be a melting pot of health and well-being industry discussion and high-quality networking, with delegates being fully briefed on the latest industry trends and hot insider information.

CHINA AID is much more than just an exhibition, with numerous salons and other related activities taking place throughout the year, all geared towards sharing knowledge of best practice to enhance the development of the elderly and long-term care industry in China.

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Michelle Ma

Source: INTEX Shanghai Co., Ltd.
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