The following organisations will be exhibiting at the NICE Conference 2025.


bioMérieux is committed to improving public health and supporting healthcare providers by addressing critical issues like sepsis, antimicrobial resistance, and respiratory infections. Our high medical value diagnostics provide clear and actionable results that empower teams in making timely informed decisions, leading to better patient outcomes and healthcare resource use.

Twitter: @biomerieux

Dendrite Clinical Systems

Dendrite Clinical Systems is a global provider of clinical databases and data analysis/reporting software for hospitals and national/international clinical registries.

Dendrite provides Data and Audit platforms to numerous Surgical Societies, Charities, Commissioning and commercial organisations including synoptic on-line dashboards.



HACT partners with organisations to drive value for communities through pioneering insight-led products, sector-specific tools, and services. Services include:

  • calculating your social impact
  • demonstrating the value of community investment
  • enhancing success via our networks and Centre for Excellence in Community In-vestment
  • generating additional revenue for your retrofit activity
Twitter: @HACThousing

Health Technology Wales

Health Technology Wales (HTW) produces national guidance on non-medicine health and care technologies. The organisation is funded by Welsh Government and hosted by Velindre University NHS Trust but is independent of both. It carries out health technology assessments of health and care technologies and publishes national guidance on their use in Wales.

Twitter: @HealthTechWales



Lyfegen offers solutions for the healthcare industry to identify the right drug pricing agreements, simulate and understand the financial impacts of those agreements, and automate the execution and adjudication of them—thus delivering a measurable reduction in administrative effort in rebate management and optimization. 

MAP Patient Access

MAP is the Market Access specialist for innova-tive technologies. The team at MAP help com-panies overcome the most challenging access issues, especially when they are due to rarity or complexity. Drawing on over a decade’s worth of experience, MAP works with ambitious bio-pharma companies wishing to launch in the UK and Europe.

Event supporters

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The Association of British HealthTech Industries​

ABHI is the UK’s leading industry association for HealthTech, and supports its members, which include both multinationals and SMEs, to save and enhance lives. ABHI represents the industry to stakeholders, such as the government, NHS and regulators, with HealthTech playing a key role in supporting delivery of healthcare and contributing significantly to the UK’s economic growth.

The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry​

The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) exists to make the UK the best place in the world to research, develop and use new medicines and vaccines. We represent companies of all sizes who invest in discovering the medicines of the future. 

The BioIndustry Association

The BioIndustry Association (BIA) is the voice of the innovative life sciences and biotech industry, enabling and connecting the UK ecosystem so that businesses can start, grow and deliver world-changing innovation. Explore opportunities to influence, connect and save with BIA.

The Medical Technology Group

The Medical Technology Group (MTG) is the only UK coalition of patient groups, research charities, trade associations, medical technology and life sciences companies working together to improve patient access to medical technologies.

The MTG has over 50 members, representing a diverse range of clinical, technological and therapeutic areas.