Global Pharmaceutical Contract Manufacturing OnlineMitigate risk, reduce cost and gain access to new markets through formation of strategic CMO/Pharma alliances
Recent reports indicate that the global pharmaceutical contract manufacturing market will be worth US$40.7 billion by 2015, But are you effectively leveraging external supply and managing the risks involved to make the most of your outsourcing options?
As the pharmaceutical industry relies on faster drug development and cost containment to maintain growth, there has never been a more important time to develop strategic CMO alliances to facilitate entry into emerging markets, reduce costs and increase product revenue. But with so many CMOs to choose from, how can you guarantee that you have the right partner to provide the services you require with minimal risk and maximum efficiency?
Global Pharmaceutical Contract Manufacturing Online will deliver all of the information that you need in order for you to create new and nurture existing CMO relationships across the globe. This series of interactive webinars will demonstrate how to overcome the challenges of contract manufacturing and will help to identify the strategies needed to ensure you reap the benefits in terms of cost, time and quality.
We appreciate that travel, time and budget restrictions have meant that not everyone has been able to attend our real-world event series and have therefore created an exciting online industry first to ensure that everyone can gain access to the latest thinking from the global leaders in this field.
In order to accommodate your schedule, the series will run live from 16th - 25th January but all sessions will also be available on-demand, allowing you to catch up on any missed sessions at a time convenient to you.
Be sure to secure your spot on the only recorded online pharmaceutical contract manufacturing summit.
We look forward to seeing you online!
PS: Don't forget -- even if you miss a live webinar, all sessions will be recorded at your convenience!
PPS: Learn as a team! Take advantage of our substantial group discounts.
Gain access to the leading authorities in contract manufacturing who will share their knowledge on:
- How to ensure the successful transfer of technology to guarantee speed and accuracy
- Working successfully with overseas CMOs to maximise your market reach
- Best practice strategies in operational and financial risk mitigation
- Utilising your CMOs innovative technologies to extend your marketed product lifecycle
- Integrating your internal and external supply chains to streamline your manufacturing processes
- Strategically choosing your CMO in order to consolidate your position in emerging markets
This event is ideal for vice presidents, directors, managers, and professionals within pharmaceutical companies and contract manufacturing organisations with responsibility for:
• Contract Manufacturing
• Supply chain
• Technology strategy
• Process development
This interactive event brings together for the first time online, an internationally recognised panel of contract manufacturing experts and thought leaders to discuss how pharmaceutical companies can mitigate risk, reduce cost and gain access to new markets through formation of strategic CMO alliances.
In the comfort of your home or office! No travel expenses or timing conflicts. This online event takes place by using your computer or laptop. All sessions are recorded.
Beginning January 16 (spread over two weeks to accommodate your schedule; scroll down for the full agenda). All sessions are recorded so if you can't make a particular session, don't worry, you'll have access to all sessions to view at your convenience.
Haven’t been to Pharma IQ’s Global Pharmaceutical Contract Manufacturing Conference for Pharma and Bio conference before? Here’s what others have said about our real world event:
"An excellent process review of external manufacturing." - Merck Serono
"I like the mix of virtual big pharma, CMOs & even equipment vendors. It was valuable, we will attend next year." - Hollisterstier Labs
"Excellent post presentation group discussions." - Norgine
"Once again a great event. The place to hear about & discuss the relationship between pharma & CMOs." - 3M Drug Delivery Systems
Simply register by clicking on any of the links throughout this page.
9:15 AM EST
Adapting Your Management Approach, Structure and Processes for Effective 3rd Party Management
Peter Murray, Quality Director External Supply Chain, GSK
8:00 AM EST
Contract Manufacturing - Transition from Tactical Operations to Strategic Partnerships
Jim Browne, Founder , JTB Consultancy - Ex Director External Supply, GSK
8:00 AM EST
Ensuring Successful Technology Transfer
Richard Fazackerley, Director, Global Technology Strategy, Eisai
Is this your first online event? Don’t worry. Joining the rest of the contract manufacturing community could not be easier. Here’s how it works:
1. This online event showcases LIVE, real-time presentations.
Our entire speaker faculty will be presenting their knowledge and expertise on contract manufacturing strategies via your computer. From the comfort of your home or office, you can listen and watch the presentations in real-time and interact with the speaker and other manufacturing professionals that share similar challenges. And if your schedule isn't flexible to the LIVE presentations, don't worry; you will be able to view ALL sessions on-demand so that you can participate at your convenience.
2. Interact with the presenters and additional contract manufacturing professionals LIVE!
Unlike pre-recorded webinars, this event gives you the opportunity to interact with the experts in real-time. Presentations and discussions take place from the moment you log on, and if you have questions or comments while the event is taking place…just ask and you'll get a response instantly!
3. Networking is a key contributor to knowledge sharing...
Often when you go to conferences, you exchange business cards and usually the conversation stops once you pack up and head back to work. Not here! This online event not only gives you the chance to meet pharmaceutical and CMO professionals that are in the same boat as you, you'll be able to have extensive discussions, live ongoing interactivity and continuous sharing of best practices.
Don't forget to join our LinkedIn group where you can network and continue to interact with professionals like yourself. (Our LinkedIn Group is Pharma IQ - The Network for Pharma & Biotech Professionals...)
Take full advantage of our event-focused Twitter-based chat stream (the hash tag for this event is #GPCMonline) where you can interact live with your peers while the event is taking place.
We understand that you don't have much time in your busy schedule, so we have designed this event to best accommodate your participation!
And if you can't make it, you'll have access to anything you missed! The recordings will be available for you to view at any time.
1. I can't make some of these sessions. Will I be able to get a copy?
Yes. This event is designed so that if you can't attend some presentations, ALL sessions will be made available so that you can view them anytime at your convenience. Even if you do attend the live sessions, you will be able to access to all the recordings at a later date to keep for your own use.
2. When are the sessions being offered?
The sessions are outlined below for your convenience. Remember...if you can't make it, don't worry; you will still get access to the recording so you won't miss a thing!
- Monday, January 16th, 2012, 8.00 am EST
- Monday, January 16th, 2012, 9.15 am EST
- Wednesday, January 18th, 2012, 8.00 am EST
- Monday, January 23rd 2012, 8.00 am EST
- Wednesday, January 25th 2012, 8.00 am EST
3. Will the PowerPoints be available?
Registrants will be able to access all PowerPoints and live webinar recordings after each session.
4. When can we get the bonus materials?
Bonus materials are distributed upon registration. You will receive a confirmation letter containing this content.
5. Where is the event?
The event is located from the comforts of your home or office. No hassle of travel or accommodation expenses.
6. How long is each session?
Each session is 1 hour in length. There will be a 15 minute break between each session that will give you the chance to network with those in your session and ask the presenter questions.
7. How do you ask questions during the sessions?
For LIVE sessions, the speakers and attendees are set up with LIVE chat, that way the speaker can directly address any questions you may have pertaining to their presentation. For on-demand sessions, you may visit our interactive LinkedIn Group and catch up on anything you might have missed and ask questions of the speakers and your fellow peers.
8. What if I have technical questions or any other type of questions, who do I contact?
Should you have any technical difficulties or any questions about the event, you may send an email to customer support at email@example.com us at 877-711-2986 and we will respond immediately to your inquiry.
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About The Organizer
Pharma IQ, a division of IQPC, is an international online community focusing on providing pharmaceutical professionals with knowledge, information and articles. We are dedicated to creating a learning environment for sharing ideas, best practices and solutions within the pharmaceutical community
Through Pharma IQ, you will be able to access pharmaceutical information resources such as presentations and podcasts, as well as events such as webinars, seminars and conferences.
By signing up to the Pharma IQ membership, you will gain access to our growing database of multimedia presentations from leading pharma practitioners, weekly newsletters to keep you updated on latest pharmaceutical content and Pharma IQ members-exclusive discounts on pharma events that offer solutions to your everyday business problems.
Pharma IQ and IQPC provide useful training courses, conference and expositions for pharmaceutical executives to network and learn the latest pharma business development and trends occurring in organisations today. Pharma IQ focuses on establishing an interactive experience featuring practical, objective and up-to-date insight from pharma industry leaders.
Maximise Your Involvement: Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities
The Online Global Contract Manufacturing conference is a world first - the only event for senior level, clinical and commercial contract manufacturing professionals. The addition of the online platform allows us to bring together a truly global panel of experts and audience to match.
Focused and high-level, the event is an unparalleled platform to initiate new business relationships, launch a new product or raise your profile amongst new markets.
Exhibiting and sponsorship options are extensive, and packages can be tailor-made to suit your individual company's needs.
Packages can include;
- Live and on demand webinars
- A featured presentation on the programme - there are only 2 slots available, contact us now to ensure your company is able to utilise this exclusive thought leadership opportunity!
- Participation in comprehensive and targeted pre-event marketing campaigns
- Inclusion in our event focused social media strategy
- Inclusion on the Pharma IQ portal (+41,000 active members)
- Tailored marketing strategies to suit your organisation’s size, capabilities and individual requirements
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Peter Murray has 45 years experience of Primary and Secondary Pharmaceutical Manufacture with experience concentrated in the areas of Quality Assurance and GMP compliance. In the past 20 years, the roles have included extensive international experience of cGMP Quality and Compliance oversight within GSK facilities and with 3rd party Suppliers of materials, components and contract manufactured finished pharmaceutical products. The current role is as Quality Director, External Supply Strategy responsible for ensuring the Quality implications for GSK’s existing and future business with external pharmaceutical manufacturers are incorporated into GSK’s external supply strategies. This follows several years as Quality Director.Europe Rx External Supply responsible for quality oversight of approximately 45 Third Party 3rd Party manufacturers within Europe who manufacture finished products used by GSK for worldwide supply.
Speaking on: Adapting Your Management Approach, Structure and Processes for Effective 3rd Party Management
Jim BrowneJTB Consultancy - Ex Director External Supply, GSK
Jim started his career in R&D with Beecham Pharmaceuticals working on product formulation and process development, before moving into New Product Development coordination. In 2001 Jim was appointed to head GSK Contract Manufacturing operations in Europe and subsequently took on additional responsibility for North America, with major restructuring of organisations, operating systems and processes to provide one standard operating model for management of all external supply across Europe and North America. He has been instrumental in the introduction and implementation of Global External Sourcing Strategies for a range of dose forms, together with major investments in Contractors to support New and Specialist product introductions.
Speaking on: Contract Manufacturing - Transition from Tactical Operations to Strategic Partnerships
In his current position Richard is responsible for leading and facilitating the introduction of Eisai’s products into Europe whether they are newly developed, acquired or legacy products. This involves working with a broad range of stakeholders, thirds parties and customers at an international level. Prior to that Richard spent the last three years as the Head of Technical Affairs of the Eisai Manufacturing Limited team designing, developing, commissioning and validation Eisai’s new manufacturing plant at Hatfield Prior to that his career took him to Eli Lilly to set up and lead a validation group and act an international level within Lilly as one of the subject matter experts on validation., Hoffman LaRoche, leading the group responsible for Equipment support & validation at Roche Products Ltd and Amersham International plc, now part of GE Healthcare, were he held a variety of different roles within technical support, QA and R+D. He has also enjoyed time in the academic sector doing research and teaching. He has a wide range of experience within the industry covering most aspects of primary and secondary pharmaceutical manufacture. In the last few years Richard has been a regular speaker at conferences on a wide variety of subjects such as technology transfer, validation & project management, subjects he feels are vital to the success of companies in today’s market. Richard is also an active participant in industry forums. He is a Chartered Scientist, Chartered Chemist and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Speaking on: Ensuring Successful Technology Transfer