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Hungary Life Sciences, Biotech & Healthcare Investment Conference

22 Jan 2014 - 22 Jan 2014 - Budapest, Hungary



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A not-to-be-missed event showcasing Hungary’s achievements as the most innovative pharmaceutical and healthcare hub in CEE and beyond. 

Get the first -hand information from the relevant industry professionals and assess the market potential.

The proposed conference is part of our Healthcare series of events dedicated to the Central European pharmaceutical and medical markets. Following the successful events concluded in Russia, Kazakhstan, Poland, Romania, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Ukraine, it is now Hungary’s turn to be showcased. Hungary’s life sciences and medical technology industry is well-developed and has been granted international recognition. Innovative SMEs are continuously growing in numbers and strength, while foreign med tech producers have indentified Hungary as an attractive investment destination, offering a highly productive workforce. Featuring one of the largest and most developed drug markets in CEE, Hungary ranks n°1 in the region for FDI in the pharmaceutical sector. Investors will find several fast-growing and renowned R&D institutions and the country has the highest number of biotech companies in the region and keeps attracting new ones. Registration process is open for delegates and we currently offer an early bird discount.


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