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13th Annual Strategic Project & Portfolio Management for Pharma

27 Jan 2014 - 29 Jan 2014 - Barcelona, Spain



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Make the Right Decisions From R&D to Product Launch and Control Your Risks for a Rock Solid Pipeline.

This conference will look at how to transform your promising drug candidates into successful revenue producing projects and portfolios that align to your corporate business goals. As evolving portfolios require increasingly more investment and management, this conference certainly covers your daily “what ifs”, “how”, “when” and “why”. 

We will focus on early decision making tactics to conquer the preclinical uncertainties that delay your project and portfolio expansion. Come and learn how to turn these into your PPM parameters and indications! As more strategic collaborations are made, this conference will also inform delegates on how to manage their partnerships with peers to gain maximum benefit whilst minimising cost and risk. Benefit from the best PPM practices and register now!

More information, please click here: http://www.marcusevans-conferences-paneuropean.com/SPPM_TechNetonline




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