South Africa

16th November 2017

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Theme:

Shifting Pharmaceutical Programming Outside the Box

 

Description:

The South African culture, infused into the local pharmaceutical programming industry, lends itself to diversity, change and innovation. In general, people, teams and organizations embrace more efficient and effective ways of working, interacting and delivering, which ties in well with our central theme of “Shifting pharmaceutical programming outside the box”. The talks and discussions will focus on innovation from a pharmaceutical programming perspective around Technology and Tools, Client/Vendor Alliances and Work-Sharing (Offshoring), Process and Quality and finally Burning the Box.

 

Location:

Emoya Estate Private Game Reserve

Bloemfontein

 

Agenda:

Agenda to be announced soon.

Catering and refreshments will be provided throughout the day.

 

SDE Chairs:

Alex Brink, Quintiles

Dianne Weatherall, Clindata

If you have any questions, or require any information, please contact the SDE Co-Chair.

 

Sponsors:

 

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Hotels:

Emoya Estate Private Game Reserve

 

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