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Medical PPM Toolbox conference

05 Nov 2013 - 06 Nov 2013 - Frankfurt, Germany



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EBCG's Medical Devices PPM Toolbox (5-6 November, Frankfurt) will enable medical devices project and portfolio managers to define priorities and deliver on strategic objectives. Participants will gain valuable insight through hearing visionary keynote presentations, real life case studies from foremost strategists, thought leaders on up-to-date medical devices PPM topics, also will engage in interactive roundtable and panel discussions within the group. For more information visit www.ebcg.biz.

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Venue: 5* Hotel in the center of the city 

Conference email: event@ebcg.biz

Telephone: +421 2 3220 2200 

EBCG is pleased to announce an exceptional event: Medical Devices Project & Portfolio Management Toolbox. Building on success of our Toolbox series within Pharmaceutical and Chemical industry the Medical Devices PPM Toolbox aims to be Europe's  leading conference to project and portfolio experts in medical devices industry.

Due to the new game and rules on the market, it is necessary for medical device companies to develop effective portfolio management processes. They need to select those product ideas that have the greatest commercial potential, and thereby will maximize the return on their investments.

EBCG's Medical Devices PPM Toolbox will enable medical devices project and portfolio managers to define priorities and deliver on strategic objectives. Participants will gain valuable insight through hearing visionary keynote presentations, real life case studies from foremost strategists, thought leaders on up-to-date medical devices PPM topics, also will engage in interactive roundtable and panel discussions within the group.

5 conference highlights:

INSIDER: Stay ahead of the game by using more rigorous tools and approach

EXPERTIZE: Keep well in tune with the latest regulatory changes

GUIDANCE: Choose innovative concepts and turn those into functional part that meets marketplace demand

CASE STUDY: Maintain fresh tactiques within project management through integration and collaboration

BRAINSTORMING CIRCLE: Be the first spotting the best breakthrough practices



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