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ELDERCARE EXHIBITION & CONFERENCE ASIA 2019

8 - 10 November 2019 - Hall 405|406 Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre

Press Releases

27 Sep 2019
Eldex Asia Embarks On Further Programmes For Silver Industry – Adopting An Inclusive And Integrated Approach Towards Partnerships
ELDEX Asia today announces a suite of new strategic partnerships that culminates towards an ecosystem for the growing silver industry. To support upskilling of the workforce in the sector, SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) is participating for the first time, as a Skills Partner.

11 Jul 2019
ELDEX Asia’s Medical Conference Focuses on Alternatives to Medication
Dr Tan Jit Seng, Chairman of ELDEX Asia’s Advisory Board, announces the launch of the inaugural ELDEX Asia’s medical conference, which will be centered around the themes of Nutrition for Seniors and Exercise for Seniors.

23 May 2019
Strong Partnerships at ELDEX Asia
Three international aging organizations, the International Council on Active Aging (ICAA), CommonAge and SilverEco.org, and a leading Singapore association, the Gerontological Society of Singapore, have announced their support for and partnership with ELDEX Asia.

14 Mar 2019
Food for Elders Pavilion Showcases Tasty & Functional Food at ELDEX Asia 2019
Enterprise Singapore, the trade and enterprise development government agency, together with the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (ASME), will be supporting close to ten Singapore-based food companies to exhibit at the Food for Elders Pavilion at the inaugural ELDEX ASIA exhibition and conference in November 2019.

29 Jan 2019
Dr Tan Jit Seng to chair ELDEX Advisory Board
The organizers of Eldercare Exhibition and Conference Asia (ELDEX), Fireworks Muziyi Media Pte Ltd, announced the formation of an advisory board to provide overall advice and strategic guidance to steer the event to focus on the silver industry’s needs.

04 Oct 2018
ELDEX Launched to Facilitate Market Place for Silver Economy in Rapidly Aging Asia
With ubiquitously improving living standards across the Asia Pacific economies in the past two decades, life expectancies and onset of chronic conditions have increased while fertility rates have broadly declined.