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PHARM Connect Congress 2013

27 Feb 2013 - 28 Feb 2013 - Budapest, Hungary



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The PHARM Connect Congress is one of the largest pharmaceutical and biotechnology events in Central and Eastern Europe in 2013.
The congress is bringing together senior decision-makers from Europe’s leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, giving them the opportunity to share their knowledge and discuss key priorities.

The high quality conference programme will include the most up-to-date market insights in R&D, Production, Packaging, Logistics, Supply Chain and Quality Management-related topics.
In addition, the event is also the perfect setting for local and international solution providers to present their products and services directly to key decision-makers.
    
The highest efficiency of the congress is guaranteed by TEG’s unique online software, the Meeting Scheduler, where all vendors and delegates are able to select key presentations, pre-schedule one-to-one meetings and confirm their presence at additional networking activities - allowing them to take full advantage of the congress by customizing their personal agenda.

Learn more at pharmconnect.eu



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