The World Generic Medicines Congress Europe 2012 is one of the leading generics strategy events that aim to provide an interactive forum to discuss the latest global trends in the generics manufacturing industry. The conference will address all the major issues including the health economics, pricing and competition pressures facing the generics sector and building scale and value through globalisation. The congress will bring together Directors, Vice Presidents, Chief Executive Officer, Generics Manager, General Manager, Managing Director and other senior level speakers from generics manufacturing companies. It will provide unique opportunity to network and build business relationships with your industry peers and get cost-effective marketing exposure.
The conference will focus on several topics such as: Generics and healthcare provisions - opportunities in an international market, operational realities of running a generic company in CEE, wholesales and distribution environment for generic medicines in Europe, Purchasing power – what is driving the purchasing decisions of pharmaceutical wholesalers, distributors and pharmacies?, European Commission's findings on the pharma sector inquiry: Impact on generic medicines, congressional update and Q&A on Hatch-Waxman reforms, Future Intellectual Property Challenges for Generic Companies, Litigation in Central / Eastern Europe, Review of generic markets in Spain, Review of generic markets in Italy, Review of generic markets in Portugal, Future of generic medicines in the provisions of healthcare, authorised generics and delayed entry pacts, globalisation and integration, Market opportunities for generics in South Africa and Sub Saharan Africa, China – new trends and opportunities for the generic pharmaceutical industry, Injectable generics in Europe, Injectable generics in Europe, Big pharma’s reaction to growth of generic drugs, Clinical development strategy of biosimilars, etc.
The visitors profile at the The World Generic Medicines Congress Europe 2012 would include:
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