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  Events - October 2012

Pharma Commercial Excellence in CEE, CIS, SEE & Turkey

04 Oct 2012 - 05 Oct 2012 - Budapest, Hungary

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At this 2-day event attendees will have a unique chance to interact with the pharmaceutical specialists from concerned regions. The representatives from AstraZeneca, Sanofi, Merck, Novartis, Teva etc. will share their best practices in the form of presentations and case studies. 

During the 2-stream program on both days, 20 experts speakers will provide participants with governmental perspective, industry and regulatory insights, and physicians' and payers' perspectives. 

The special block, involved into the first conference day, will bring the deeper insight into the HTA processes throughout the regions. Russian, Slovak, Serbian, Polish, Swedish and Turkish perspectives will be introduced.

How to maintain and maximize competitive advantage in the region? How to optimize interactions between the key stakeholders? What are the ways to predict and meet customer needs? These are only few of many questions that will be answered at Fleming Europe's conference.

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