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3rd Annual Pharma PPM Toolbox

05 Mar 2013 - 06 Mar 2013 - Basel, Switzerland



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After the successful journey of the 1st and 2nd Pharma PPM Toolbox 2011 & 2012, we are proud to announce the 2013 Pharma PPM Toolbox, held between 5th and 6th March 2013. The event will host over 100 key decision makers from more than 24 countries.  It is the most important annual gathering from across the EMEA looking at how to maximize opportunities in the European PPM/LCM sector. This forum was produced in a unique way – directly by a group of industry professional – and it reflects real day-to-day as well as rare challenges faced by the competitive intelligence community today.

Join us at this premier gathering and learn from case studies, best practices, network with all the industry's luminaries. The 2013 Pharma PPM Toolbox is a not-to-be missed event of the year that presents a unique opportunity to develop fruitful, long-term and valuable business relations. 

Learn from case studies, best practices, network with all the industry's luminaries at EBCG’s Pharma PPM Toolbox conference. Special Promotion Offer: 20% of now!

Conference email: event@ebcg.biz

Telephone: +421 2 3220 2200 



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