Beerse SDE – The first event with the new PHUSE branding!

On 11th September, the 4th PHUSE Single Day Event (SDE) in Beerse was held at Janssen Research & Development. The event was attended by over 80 delegates from 10 countries across 26 companies.

The theme of the event was ‘Shaping the Future of Integrated Data Analytics and Reporting’, where pharma companies shared knowledge, best practices and new opportunities in data management, analytics and other relevant key areas in shaping our world of tomorrow.

It was a great day with a very positive and collaborative atmosphere, where attendees gathered and shared innovative insights. The high-quality presentations contributed to good discussions and interactions.

The SDE Chairs would like to thank all the presenters, as well as the sponsors, for dedicating their time and effort and for making the day possible; the Janssen management for their continuous support; and all the attendees for making the event enjoyable and successful.


Chairs Mark Bynens and Heidi Curinckx

September 2019 was a monumental month for PHUSE, including not only our 15-year anniversary, but also our rebrand! Which included a fresh colour palette and new logo. The Beerse SDE was the first PHUSE event showcasing the rebranded promotional items, and the feedback was excellent! The new look was well received, with all attendees complimenting the fresher colour palette.

We also received similar feedback from David Bobbitt, President and CEO of CDISC, who loves the new look and feel and expressed how proud he was to be our partner at CDISC. PHUSE would like to say a big thank you for all of the complimentary feedback we have received on our new branding.

 


Sascha Ahrweiler, PHUSE Communications Director 

 

Click below to view the Beerse SDE video which gives an insight into the day!

 

 

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