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  Events - April 2013


Pharmaceutical Portfolio & Lifecycle Management

17 Apr 2013 - 18 Apr 2013 - London, UK



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R&D prices are skyrocketing ever higher, whilst the drug development industry feels the squeeze of the recession. With this ever-increasing need to ensure a cost-effective and efficient portfolio, the planning and preparation for each drug portfolio must be optimised to provide the maximum revenue for the minimum expenditure.

Expert speakers will explore and debate the key success factors for portfolio planning and lifecycle management, including risk assessment, effective decision making, market exclusivity and innovation of products in pharma.

This is the 8th conference in this winning annual series and we are certain it will be the best yet! With 20 expert speakers, 17 in-depth presentations and two interactive half-day workshops this will be the one conference in 2013 to attend for the very latest intelligence to help you develop winning strategies in an increasingly challenging marketplace.



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