Life Science Trends 2017 Event in Cork on November 15th
Experts from Acorn Regulatory will be among the guest speakers at the Life Sciences Trends 2017 Conference in Little Island in Cork on November 15th next.
The conference will look at a range of topics including:
- Brexit: The Potential Impact of Brexit on Lifesciences Supply Chains
- Talent: Attracting and Maintaining Talent in Lifesciences
- Outsourcing: New Trends in Pharma & Med Tech Strategic Outsourcing
- Industry Case Studies: Bio-pharma & Medical Devices
- FDI – Attracting new investment into Munster
On the day, delegates will hear from a range of speakers and there will be the opportunity for delegates to take part in a question and answers session with the invited speakers.
The event will begin at 9am at the Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa in Little Island, Cork and will conclude at 12 noon. Registration and morning networking for the event will begin at 8.30am.
The event is free to attend and you can do book your space at the Life Sciences Trends 2017 event by clicking here. If you would like any additional information about the event then please get in touch with Acorn Regulatory by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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