The PHARM Connect Congress 2011

9-10 February 2011, Budapest, Hungary.
The PHARM Connect Congress 2011, an event organised by The Events Group, offers the perfect setting for solution providers to present their products and services directly to key decision makers of target client population throughout Central & Eastern Europe.

Strictly operating on an invitation only basis guarantees that the highest level of delegation is present. Each solution provider at the PHARM Connect Congress is selected based on requirements and interests provided by attending Pharmaceutical professionals prior to the Congress event.

Over two days, service providers will meet and interact with the leading director and C level practitioners through a number of pre-arranged one-to-one business meetings and other networking activities.

Several weeks in advance of the Congress, the TEG Meeting Scheduler is made available to all solution providers and delegates attending. Participants receive individualized passwords to access the website where they are able to select key presentations, pre-schedule one-to-one meetings and confirm their presence at several additional networking activities. Through the Meeting Scheduler, attendees have the opportunity to create their own itinerary prior to the Congress taking place.

This networking event presents a unique opportunity to develop meaningful and valuable business relations.

For further information and registration, please visit:
http://www.pharmconnect.eu

About The Events Group
The Events Group is one of Europe's leading business information providers. With two main areas of focus, business-to-business Congresses and Professional Training, we primarily operate within key emerging markets: Central & Eastern Europe.

Our unique business-to-business Congresses bring together senior-level executives from Europe’s largest organisations with a select and diversified group of leading edge sponsors. Strictly operating on an invitation only basis guarantees that the highest level of delegation is present.

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