Arab Health 2018


Vincent Buscemi

Vincent Buscemi


Partners from Bevan Brittan's healthcare team are attending the Arab Health conference, taking place in Dubai from 29th January until 1st February.

With a focus on healthcare technology, we are visiting the conference to gain more knowledge, meet new and existing contacts, and to bring investment funds back to the UK.

If you are attending the event and you would like to arrange a meeting, you can contact us on any of the below channels:

Vincent Buscemi
Partner and Head of the Independent Health and Social Care Group
Twitter: @vincent_buscemi

Carly Caton

Jodie Sinclair
Partner and Head of Employment, Pensions and Business Immigration Team
Twitter: @jodiesinclairBB

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