4th Bay Area Life Sciences Marketing Strategy Forum
Venue: Sofitel Hotel
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Life Sciences innovations and biotech breakthroughs are constantly challenged by a rapidly evolving global commercialization and marketing landscape. Knowing and anticipating key market trends and preparing your Life Sciences innovations for future success is critical.
Simon-Kucher & Partners - a leading global advisor to pharma, biotech and medtech companies - aims to help guide Life Sciences innovators by keeping ahead of these challenges.
In recent years, our Life Sciences Marketing Strategy Forums have proven to be an insightful and highly valuable tool for industry leaders and executives. Our forums feature a discussion-geared strategic tone with relevant case studies and commentary informed by our extensive global project experience.
To date, Simon-Kucher & Partners has hosted these events in Life Sciences hotspots such as the San Francisco Bay Area, Boston, New York, and San Diego. Building on this thought leadership, the 4th Bay Area Life Sciences Marketing Strategy Forum will be a flagship event in Northern California.
At this half-day, afternoon event, Simon-Kucher & Partners' Life Sciences experts will discuss the top global commercialization and marketing trends that are on the horizon.
Key Discussion Topics
â€¢ Key US healthcare and global P&R trends to watch
â€¢ Developing successful strategies and contracting in US managed markets, as well as market access in key Emerging Markets
â€¢ Game changing innovations and global reimbursement opportunities for medical technology
â€¢ The art and science behind licensing for Life Sciences innovations to improve accuracy and validity in valuations
Admission is free, however space is limited.
To reserve your place at the conference or for additional information: call us at (650) 641-4300 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or register online at www.simon-kucher.com/lsforum
223 Twin Dolphin Dr.
Redwood City, CA 94065
October 13, 2011
Event: 1:00 - 6:30pm