DAC Beachcroft takes part in the ABHI UK trade mission to Nashville

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DAC Beachcroft takes part in the ABHI UK trade mission to Nashville

Published 25 March 2019

International law firm DAC Beachcroft is sending representatives from the firm to Nashville, Tennessee to take part in the Association of British HealthTech Industries (ABHI) trade mission. The event will run from Sunday, 24 March to Friday, 29 March 2019.

The ABHI UK trade mission aims to provide tangible opportunities for UK HealthTech businesses looking to improve investment and business opportunities in the US market. This event will give UK organisations – including research companies, investors and new businesses – insight into Tennessee’s thriving healthcare ecosystem and provide the opportunity to build strategic connections in the US market.

Partners Paul Murray, Hamza Drabu and Simon Wortley will be travelling to Nashville to represent DAC Beachcroft at this important international HealthTech event.

“Although perhaps better known for its music and whiskey, Tennessee’s biggest export is actually medical equipment and supplies,” said Simon Wortley. “The US state employs more than 250,000 people in healthcare management and is equipped with world-class research capabilities. This trade mission is, therefore, a great opportunity for DAC Beachcroft to continue nurturing our strong contacts across the US healthcare market and reinforce our position as the leader in the provision of legal advice to the health and social care sector. And we are very excited to be in the home city of one of our key UK healthcare clients, HCA International Limited.”

Hamza Drabu added, “We are really looking forward to sharing our depth of knowledge and expertise of the UK health sector with our clients and contacts in the US, and comparing notes on the implementation of medtech and digital health across the pond. In our experience, there is a huge amount of innovation coming out of healthcare centres like Nashville and we will be looking to tap into this for the benefit of our clients.”

Paul Murray, partner and International Ambassador for DAC Beachcroft also adds, “Being part of these international markets is increasingly important to the firm and when it comes to healthcare, there is no bigger centre than Nashville. The ABHI trade mission gives us an opportunity to build on our already strong network of clients and contacts, as well as access their unique market insight.”

DAC Beachcroft’s Health sector practice is recognised as the market leader in the provision of legal advice to the health and social care sector. The firm advises more than 300 independent and public sector healthcare clients in the UK, from internationally acclaimed hospitals to health tech start-ups.

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Paul Murray

Paul Murray

London - Walbrook

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Simon Wortley

Simon Wortley

Manchester

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Hamza Drabu

Hamza Drabu

London - Walbrook

+44 (0)20 7894 6411