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  Events - November 2012

8th Annual Project & Portfolio Management in Pharmaceutical Industry

15 Nov 2012 - 16 Nov 2012 - Frankfurt, Germany

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Top-level pharmaceutical experts will gather in Frankfurt, Germany, to share their experience, knowledge and ideas.

Attendees will have the unique opportunity to:

  • Find out about current trends in PPM
  • Reveal different portfolio approaches in different drug development stages 
  • Understand the unprecedented challenges the pharmaceutical industry is facing
  • Learn how to minimize leakage of value from R&D alliances
  • Explore the increasing importance and benefits of partnerships and alliances between pharmaceutical companies and academia
  • Analyse ways in which your company can develop a portfolio which will add value to key stakeholders

For the detailed program information please request the event brochure

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