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Biologics World Korea 2014 

22 Apr 2014 - 24 Apr 2014 - Seoul, Korea

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Biologics World Korea has attracted over 350 biologics industry leaders in 2012 and 2013, it has established itself as the ONLY and MOST targeted biologics and biosimilars focused platform in Korea that brings together Korean and international biopharma leaders, innovative biotechs, and technocrats to convene and discuss on strategies, latest technologies and best practices.

3rd Annual Biologics World Korea 2014 brings you:

Unparalleled opportunities to network with biologics players leaders face to face

  • Strategic discussions and debates with senior level decision makers
  • Information on Korea's biologics industry regulatory system update
  • Real life case studies and innovative product showcase of some Korean's most innovative companies

Contact Person: Natasha Jiandani

Tel: +65-6493-1871


Further information
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