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Nutraceuticals World Asia

03 Jun 2013 - 06 Jun 2013 - Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore

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Nutraceuticals World Asia will bring together pharmas, biotechs, food manufacturers and solution providers to discuss innovations, investment, commercialisation, applications and licensing in the nutraceuticals industry in Asia.

Nutraceuticals World Asia is the region’s leading nutraceuticals event packed with conferences and exhibition showcase that highlights the latest innovations and opportunities in the nutraceuticals’ space. Join us at Nutraceuticals World Asia to hear from senior level executives on how to:

Identify and evaluate new technologies, markets and products

Understand new business methods and processes

Find CMOs and CROs who are able to meet the regulatory and quality requirements

Determine the right strategy in entering or growing your nutraceuticals business

Have a successful clinical trial by selecting the right health claim

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