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eyeforpharma Sydney 2018

Start:Tue 09 Oct 2018
End:Wed 10 Oct 2018
AUD 2199.0-AUD 3299.0
8th Annual eyeforpharma Sydney 2018 is Australia's most essential pharma meeting of 250+ industry leaders. Join your peers for 2 days of unrivalled learning and exclusive networking. Embrace smarter use of digital methods, create better internal working models and produce a better roadmap for market access.

250+ delegates, 30+ senior level speakers.

Speakers Include: David Kwasha, VP and Managing Director JPAC Region, Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Michala Fischer- Hansen, VP and GM/MD- ANZ, Novo Nordisk, Kirsten O'Doherty, General Manager AZ, Abbvie, Adrian Bootes, Assistant Secretary, Prescription, TGA

Why eyeforpharma Sydney?

• Community: Meet your peers and colleagues for 2 days of exclusive learning. Network, discuss and share ideas with the sharpest minds in commercial excellence.
• Fast-track your knowledge: through a combination of keynotes, panel debates, industry case studies, interactive roundtable sessions and presentations guaranteed to provide you with the most up-to-date information to prepare your commercial strategy, with an industry driven agenda

Diamond Pass: AUD 3299.0
Gold Pass: AUD 2599.0
Silver Pass: AUD 2199.0
Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney, 11 Jamison Street, Sydney
Giselle Quartin on
  020 7375 7176

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