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PHARM Connect Congress 2014

26 Feb 2014 - 27 Feb 2014 - Budapest, Hungary



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TEG The Events Group has announced the date of the fourth annual PHARM Connect Congress, the largest and most important pharmaceutical and biotechnology business summit for the CEE and CIS region. The Congress will be held in Budapest, Hungary, on 26–27 February 2014, bringing together more than 500 senior decision makers from over 20 countries. The conference programme offers up-to-date market insights into R&D, production, engineering, supply chain and quality management, pre-scheduled business meetings and organised plant visits to major pharmaceutical manufacturing centres in the region. 

Over the two days of the congress, leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology product and service providers will showcase their offerings — from APIs and contract manufacturing to processing, biopharma solutions, biopharmaceuticals and biologicals, drug delivery systems, cleanrooms, laboratory equipment, quality control, packaging, labelling, automation, logistics, cold chain storage and distribution, warehousing and many others.

For further information please visit: www.pharmconnect.eu



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