4,000 pharma professionals gather in Turkey - CPhI Istanbul 2016

4,000 pharma professionals to gather in Turkey - CPhI Istanbul 2016

7:41 AM, 27th April 2016
4,000 pharma professionals to gather in Turkey - CPhI Istanbul 2016
Speakers and delegates participating in the CPhI Istanbul 2015 Pharma Confrerence. (File Photo)

ISTANBUL, TURKEY: As one of the well recognized events in the pharma industry, CPhI Istanbul 2016 is yet again set to become the melting pot of nearly 4,000 pharma professionals in Istanbul.

Key to the event is the Pharma Confrerence starting from 1 to 3 June, an important gathering in the MENA region to meet suppliers, as well as to build new partnerships and gather insights regarding the market. This event will look at the most significant issues in the pharma and pharma components industry and it will bring together regional pharma companies, suppliers, solution and technology providers over three days.

CPhI Istanbul provides you with the opportunity to:

  • Establish relationships with leading Turkish and MENA (Middle East and North Africa region) companies and government institutions
  • Identify business opportunities by meeting face-to-face with top level executives
  • Meet with over 4000 pharma professionals
  • Experience the power of the CPhI Global Marketing Programme
  • Market insights on stimulating topics such as halal pharma products and regional regulatory landscapes.
  • Networking tools with first class manufactures and business development professionals

Over 300 speakers and delegates from solution providers, science and technology experts, consultants, government representatives and the pharma community will come together, address main industry issues, reaffirm and optimise existing relationships and create new strategic alliances to ensure future business success.

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