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3rd Serialization and Traceability for Brand Protection

09 May 2013 - 10 May 2013 - Philadelphia, PA, USA



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ExL Pharma’s 3rd Life Science Serialization and Traceability For Brand Protection is the premier event providing pharmaceutical & life science companies with comprehensive take-back-to-the-office serialization, traceability and e-pedigree strategies.

While there is a continued lack of federal guidance, it is still imperative to make the business case for your organization for brand protection purposes. If the supply chain partners are buttoned up throughout your drug’s journey to the customer, you are adding significant value to your brand by not allowing counterfeit or rogue drugs to damage your reputation.

The 2013 event will challenge the audience with new perspectives, speakers, formats and topics not often seen on the conference circuit, including:

Preparing pharma for California’s 2014/15 serialization mandate.

Learning from other industries:  How The Auto Industry Embraced and Integrated Serialization & Track & Trace

End to End Traceability doesn’t end with the wholesaler: Perspectives from pharmacies, hospitals and consumers on stage.

Top Reasons to Attend

This event prepares pharma for California's 2014 Serialization Mandate.

This event teaches pharma the business case for serialization and traceability in the most pain free and cost effective way

This event provides multiple perspectives throughout the supply chain- pharmacies, manufacturers and wholesalers.



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