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Evolution Summit 2013

21 Oct 2013 - 23 Oct 2013 - Monte Carlo, Monaco



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The 12th annual Evolution Summit, taking place on the 21 – 23 October 2013 at the Le Meridien Beach Plaza, in Monte Carlo, Monaco, is a premium forum bringing together leaders in biopharmaceutical clinical operations with the most renowned CROs and solution providers. 

 As an invitation-only event taking place behind closed doors, it offers an intimate environment for a highly focused discussion on the latest strategies for efficient drug development. A thorough selection process ensures a qualified audience, which grants unparalleled business and networking opportunities in a luxurious and stimulating environment.

For more information about the Evolution Summit 2013, our sponsor opportunities as well as to benefit from our delegate discount, please contact us at summits-emea@marcusevans.com or visit http://www.evolution-summit.com/2013technologynetworks_el





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