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CGBP to Hold Seminar for Audit Committees

Thursday, May 26th, 2011

A crucial part of a board’s effectiveness is to fully understand the function of its audit committee whose chairmanship is normally assigned to a board director. With the SEC’s mandatory requirement for corporations’ board of directors to practice good corporate governance comes the importance of having a functioning audit committee headed by a member of the board. With this in consideration, the Center of Global Best Practices has come up with a program called “Board Directors’ Guide for Audit Committees” to help board chairpersons, directors, members of top management, CFOs, auditors, and accountants understand what audit committees do and don’t do. The event will be held on July 21 & 22, 2011 at the EDSA Shangri-La Hotel, Mandaluyong City.

This CPE-accredited program is a very useful guide that includes the top 10 best practices for audit committees, how to craft the working program and agenda aligned with the audit committee charter, how it should relate to the board and have a constructive relationship with management, reading and spotting key issues in audit reports, special investigation and financial reporting function, risk assessment protocols and tools, and solutions to challenges and problems faced by audit committees.

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Participants of this seminar will get free templates and practical reference materials that they can use and apply immediately to simplify their work and save time in crafting an audit committee program. This seminar is for those who are really serious about improving the effectiveness of the board and audit committees’ performance.

This seminar will feature top CPAs and auditors. The first lecturer is Atty. Rosario S. Bernaldo, CPA, MBA, who is the president of the Corporate Governance Institute of the Philippines (CGIP). She is the founder and managing partner of law and accounting firms, Bernaldo, Directo and Po Law Offices and R.S. Bernaldo and Associates, which comprises more than 120 accountants and lawyers.
Another lecturer is Lilian S. Linsanga, CPA, CIA, CFE, CCSP, who is the partner-in-charge and head of Specialist Advisory Services Division of Punongbayan and Araullo. She has over 25 years of experience in the audit of local and multinational companies in various industries. She headed P&A’s audit division until 2008. Presently, she is the president of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

The third lecturer is Juan Carlos B. Robles, CPA, CIA, CFE, CISA, who concurrently holds 3 positions at Punongbayan and Araullo as chairman of its audit committee, partner of risk management and partner of specialist advisory services division. He has over 20 years of combined experience in public accounting, government auditing, internal audit, forensic audit, risk management and business consulting. He is a CPA both in the U.S. and the Philippines.

For more information, visit www.cgbp.org or call (02) 556-8968/69 (Manila) or (032) 512-3106/07 (Cebu) and look for Ms. Zennie Escudero. Discounts are available for those who register and pay early and those who will attend in more groups of 3 or more. Pre-registration is required.

Surviving Tax: How to Face the Complexities of Tax in Europe

Tuesday, January 11th, 2011

Patrick Ellingsworth, the Chairman of the marcus evans European Tax Summit 2011 addresses some of the many issues troubling tax directors in Europe.
Interview with: Patrick Ellingsworth, Former Chair Taxation Committee, BIAC-OECD, Trustee, IBFD

Montreux, Switzerland, January 11, 2011 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Complexities and opportunities seem to multiply constantly when it comes to tax. Trying to address an ever changing tax environment, changing regulation and legislation, and pressures to be more transparent and commercially viable are taxing taxation executives. Patrick Ellingsworth, the Chairman of the marcus evans European Tax Summit 2011 in Montreux, Switzerland, 13 – 15 March, shares his thoughts on the challenges facing tax executives, how they can minimise their exposure to tax risks and the latest developments in transfer pricing.

What are the top tax risks in Europe?

Pat Ellingsworth: A major risk relates to the increased coordination of tax authorities. This is impacting the exchange of information practices between countries, but also, the tax authorities are exchanging information about tax planning techniques and how taxpayers have been structuring their businesses to minimise taxes. The exchange of information and coordination of techniques has made it more difficult for taxpayers to know what works and what does not.

The principal technique for dealing with this is to engage actively with tax authorities, to know what concerns them and what matters they are coordinating on. When there is a dispute they will know how to approach and resolve issues, and what areas authorities are likely to focus on in an audit. Exchange of information with tax authorities is generally a good idea, as long as the tax administration is forthcoming with respect to their perspective as well.

The other risk is what I call the “US risk”; the US has for a long time had very detailed tax rules on just about everything, and that practise has been taken up by a number of other jurisdictions in Europe. The tax authorities are each adding their variation to the rules, and as a result, taxpayer planning across borders is more complex and somewhat less certain.

What are the major developments in transfer pricing at the moment?

Pat Ellingsworth: The major one is the broad reconsideration of the taxation of intangibles, brands and the like. It is not clear how this will turn out, but more coordination among tax authorities is inevitable. Another development is the increased emphasis of tax authorities on documenting transfer pricing positions in advance. Adjustments have been proposed by tax authorities solely on the grounds that the taxpayer did not file the documentation at the time the audit commenced.

What are your projections for the coming few years?

Pat Ellingsworth: Two areas are going to be major topics for discussion, one relating to permanent establishments and whether or not taxable in the other countries, and if they are, what is the computation of the income. The OECD has two major projects dealing with this and companies will have to adapt practises to deal with any new rules.

The second area is value added tax; Europe is finally looking at whether cross-border rules are coordinated and efficient. This is especially welcome for some companies, as value added tax is a very expensive proposition and the ability to administer it more efficiently would significantly improve cost structures.

Contact: Sarin Kouyoumdjian-Gurunlian, Press Manager, marcus evans, Summits Division

About the European Tax Summit 2011

This unique forum will take place at the Fairmont Le Montreux Palace, Montreux, Switzerland, 13 – 15 March 2011. Offering much more than any conference, exhibition or trade show, this exclusive meeting will bring together esteemed industry thought leaders and solution providers to a highly focused and interactive networking event. The summit includes presentations on how to respond to the changing tax environment, business restructuring, averting double taxation and achieving true tax efficiency.

For more information send an email to Daniela Trojakova at summitspr@marcusevanscy.com or visit the event website at http://www.taxsummit.com/media_gtm_pe

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Please note that the summit is a closed business event and the number of participants strictly limited.

About marcus evans summits

marcus evans Summits are high level business forums for the world’s leading decision-makers to meet, learn and discuss strategies and solutions. Held at exclusive locations around the world, these events provide attendees with a unique opportunity to individually tailor their schedules of keynote presentations, think tanks, seminars and one-to-one business meetings. For more information, please visit www.marcusevans.com

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marcus evans Summits announces Patrick J. Ellingsworth, Chairman at the European Tax Summit 2011

Monday, November 29th, 2010

26 November 2010

marcus evans Summits, is pleased to announce Patrick J. Ellingsworth as the Chairman at the fifth annual European Tax Summit, on the 13-15 March 2011, taking place at the prestigious Fairmont Le Montreux Palace, Montreux, Switzerland.

The European Tax Summit (www.taxsummit.com/GTMpr), will highlight the tax profession’s current objectives and future ambitions through visionary keynote presentations and case studies delivered by your most esteemed peers in the tax practitioner community. The one-to-one meetings with leading solution and service providers will offer you the expertise needed to operate an efficient corporate tax machine that will ultimately play a core role in your business.

Patrick J. Ellingsworth is a Former Chair of the Tax Committee of the Business & Industry Advisory
Committee (BIAC) to the Organization for Economic Co-operation & Development (OECD) in Paris and a Governing Trustee of the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation (IBFD) in Amsterdam. Keynote Speakers also include Gottfried Schellmann, Chairman of Fiscal Committee, Confédération Fiscale Européenne; Urs Kapalle, Director Taxation and Fiscal Policy, Swiss Bankers Association; John Christensen, Director of the International Secretariat, Tax Justice Network; Krister Andersson, Chairman Tax Policy Group, BUSINESSEUROPE; Jim Robertson, VP Tax, Eastern Hemisphere & Global Tax Practices, Shell International; Daniel Mitchell, Senior Fellow, Cato Institute and Melchior Wathelet, Minister of State for Belgium, Former ECJ Judge & Professor of European Law, University of Louvain and Liège.

This year’s European Tax Summit audience includes Senior Vice Presidents of International Tax, Vice Presidents of Tax, Chief Tax Officers, Group Heads of Tax, Heads of Transfer-Pricing, Tax Directors, Tax Counsels, International Tax Managers, Heads of Direct and Indirect Tax as well as Sponsors offering a wide range of product / service categories / including Tax Consulting Services, Tax Management, Legal Services, International Tax Planning and Tax Outsourcing.

marcus evans Summits (www.marcusevans.com), produces high level business platforms for the world’s leading decision-makers. These dynamic and innovative forums initiate and develop business relationships one to one between director and C level practitioners from the world’s most influential organizations and with leading product and service suppliers. marcus evans Summit’s guarantees an exclusive format which enables participants to achieve the maximum amount of business and knowledge interaction over a three day event in a stimulating environment.

Please note that the European Tax Summit is a closed business event and the number of participants is limited.

For more information
Daniela Trojakova
Marketing Manager
Tel: +357 22 849 380
Email: summits@marcusevanscy.com
www.taxsummit.com/GTMpr
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Business Technology Summit 2009

Wednesday, October 21st, 2009

Date: 3-4 November 2009, Bangalore | 6 November 2009, Mumbai

Website: http://www.btsummit.com
When it comes to business technologies, the noise is increasing. Business Technology Summit 09 is your filter. Saltmarch Media has created a focused summit programmed to make the most efficient use of your time. Centered on the theme “Shaping Your Enterprise in a Post Crisis World”, Saltmarch Media’s annual Business Technology Summit features a convergence of technologies that are enabling organizations to benefit from the flip side of Moore’s law and do the same for less.

From Nov 4-6 2009, the summit will feature the hottest technologies that will help shape enterprises in a post crisis world: SOA & Web Services, Cloud Computing, Virtualisation, Business Intelligence, Enterprise Content Management & Storage, and Information Security. A platform for software infrastructure, middleware and enterprise app vendors, the summit is India’s first, largest and single-most inspirational technology show attended by a serious audience of over thousand lively and thought-provoking IT practitioners and business leaders who will pose tough questions to the speakers, who are doing the best business technology work in the world. Speakers at the summit include leaders from the industry, independent voices, analysts, visionaries, and the innovative companies that are transforming the way we do business.

Speakers at BT Summit 2009 include Howard Charney (Creator of Fast Ethernet), Robert Marcus (Author of the Global Grid), Nils Puhlman (Co-founder, Cloud Security Alliance), Jinesh Varia (Amazon Web Services Lead), Robert Schneider (Analyst, Think88), Alan Pelz-Sharpe (Principal Analyst, CMSWatch) among others.

Business Technology Summit 2009 will be held at two cities in India – the Big Tent Technology Edition in India’s tech capital Bangalore (4-5 Nov’09), and the Executive Edition in India’s financial capital Mumbai (6 Nov’09).

Quick Facts about Business Technology Summit 2009

* 60+ focused sessions, keynotes, lightning talks, power panels and workshops

* The Best Speaker Lineup: Over 40 acclaimed speakers, visionaries, standard setters, and luminaries are expected from the world of SOA, Web Services, SaaS, ECM, and Virtualisation

* 1000+ Unique Qualified Attendees across the days of the summit
* Attendee Profile:

o Big Tent Technology Edition in Bangalore for Purchase Influencers: Software & IT Architects, Solution Engineers & Software Developers, IT Directors/IT Managers, Project Managers & Project Leaders, Network and Infrastructure Specialists, System Administrators, IT Consultants & Technology Evangelists

o Executive Edition, Mumbai for Decision Makers: a profiled group of 100+ CxO’s from various verticals such as Banking, Insurance, Retail, Media, Energy, Transportation, and Pharma/healthcare

* Important dates:
o Big Tent Edition, Bangalore: Main Conference: 03-04 Nov 2009
o Executive Edition, Mumbai: 06 Nov 2009
* Summit website: http://www.btsummit.com

The Launched of BCM Professional’s Guide: Good Practice Guidelines (GPG) 2008/9

Friday, August 7th, 2009

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Contact Person: Alice Tan
Company Name: Business Continuity Planning Asia Pte Ltd
Telephone Number: +65 6325 2080
Fax Number: +65 6223 5363
Email Address: alice.tan@bcpasia.com
Web site address: www.bcpasia.com

The Launched of BCM Professional’s Guide: Good Practice Guidelines (GPG) 2008/9

Singapore, 5th Aug 2009 The Business Continuity Institute (BCI) Good Practice Guidelines (GPG) 2008/09; A Code of Practice for Business Continuity Management is now available in Chinese!

Since the launch of the BCI GPG in English seven years back, there has been demands from the Chinese community in Asia such as China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia to have it translated into bilingual version. Business Continuity Planning Asia Pte Ltd (BCP Asia) has taken the lead to translate the entire guide and published the first version of bilingual copy.

This guide address the entire Business Continuity Management Life Cycle, from Programme Management, Understanding the Organizations to Embedding BCM in the organization’s culture. It provides the basis for the current BCM standards : British Standard BS25999-1:2006 and Singapore SS540:2008. Both BCM standards adopted the general framework and practices in the guide during their early stage of development.

Lyndon Bird, FBCI, International Technical Director of The Business Continuity Institute said The Good Practice Guidelines has always set itself the challenge of providing a world-view of the rapidly emerging business continuity discipline in one single publication. Business Continuity certainly is growing rapidly on a global basis and fast becoming a mainstream business discipline. It has its own standards, its own institutions, and its own influence on governments. It has a global reach and a message that is understood from Europe to America, from Asia to Africa. It’s principles work for multi-national corporations and small businesses, for public as well as private sector organizations and in all geographical and political climates. The BCI is always at the front of this development, in ideas and practical tools.

Henry Ee, FBCI, Regional Director of Business Continuity Institute Asia; Director of Business Continuity Planning Asia Pte Ltd (BCP Asia) adds “This version of BCI GPG offers you a handy and comprehensive publication on the generic framework, an effective study guide for the BCI Certification Examination, and its exclusive bilingual feature!

This handy guide is the must-read guide for candidates who wish to take the BCI certification exam and obtain the professional certification in Business Continuity. It is also intended for use by BCM practitioners, risk managers, auditors and regulators with a working knowledge of BCM principles. The principles in these guidelines are applicable to all organizations of any size, sector and location from those with a single site to those with a global presence.

More than 500 copies have been sold across Asia since the launch of the book in mid-May 2009. BCP Asia is looking for distributors to market the books to major bookstores in Asia, making the guide more readily available in the market and benefit all. Interested distributors or to place order you can contact BCP Asia directly at (65)63252080 or email : enquiry@bcpasia.com

About the Publisher

Business Continuity Planning Asia (BCP Asia) is founded in Y2000, with the aim to promote and increase awareness of Business Continuity to professionals in the Asian region. The company is specialised in consultancy, training and coaching services pertaining to Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery and Crisis Management. With a team of experienced trainers and consultants, BCP Asia develops trainings and events that are relevant and practical which benefited thousands of professionals in Asia; many who returned for more training.

For more information about us, please visit www.bcpasia.com or contact us at +65 6325 2080, fax number: +65 6223 5363.

2009 China International Petroleum and Petrochemical Equipment & Technolgoy Exhibition 2009

Friday, April 3rd, 2009

Date: October 18-20, 2009

Venue Dongying Huanghe International Exhibition & Conference Certer , Dongying,Shandong Province, P.R.China

Opening Hours: October 18, 2009 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
October 19, 2009 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
October 20, 2009 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Sponsorss:
China Council for the Promotion of International Trade
Shandong Chamber of Commerce for Petroleum Equipment of China Int’l Chamber of Commerce

Organizers:
Beijng CEW International Fair Co.,Ltd.

Overseas Supporters:
Center for the Promotion of API Certification Programs
Supporters South African Petroleum Industry Association
Norwegian Oil Industry Association
International Conferences & Exhibitions LLC
Brazilian Institute of Petroleum

The market
Owns China’s 2nd largest oilfield—Shengli Oilfield, Dongying locates in the economic center of Shandong province, contributes a lot in the course of Shandong’s economic construction. By the end of 2007, Dongying’s total output value of enterprises engaged in oil equipment was up to 1.62 billion USD, and net profit has reached nearly 1.461 million USD, accounting for 31.3%, and 21.7% of China respectively.

Besides, Dongying city gathers majority of large and famous oil and gas production companies, equipment manufactures and energy-related engineering and consulting firms, China University of Petroleum is also situated in the City having 25 research centers for petroleum exploration.

Top 5 reasons to CIPEE
Strong Support— Recognized as one of China’s 6 important developed exhibition industries, the government will invest 10 Million RMB to the development of CIPEE & CIOGC 2009

Scale— Covering 40,000sqm area and exhibitors are expected to arrive 500 over the world.

Location— China’s only professional and international oil & gas show held in core oilfield –SHENGLI OILFIELD.

Organized by experts —- Beijing CEW international Fair Co., Ltd as one of the top oil& gas event organizers in China, expertise in organizing in local and international shows.

Massive Promotion Campaign—With the in-depth cooperation of various worldwide top media, and over 20 global shows promotion ensure CIPEE able to pass to every corner of the petroleum industry.

Contact:
Name: Angie Tang (Overseas Project Manager)
Tel: 8610- 5165 4222 ext 823
Fax: 8610- 51654222 ext 820
E-mail: info@cipee.com.cn
Web: www.cipee.com.cn

BMAM EXPO ASIA 2009 once again receives strong endorsements from industry associations and the media

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

Bangkok - Building Maintenance & Asset Management Expo Asia (BMAM EXPO ASIA) – the international trade exhibition and conference dedicated exclusively on building maintenance and facility management industry in Asia – recently announced that key industry associations and media organizations are once again confirming their support and participation at its 2009 edition which will take place in Bangkok, Thailand from 3-5 September 2009.

After the successful staging of the 1st BMAM EXPO ASIA in September 2008, the second edition of BMAM EXPO ASIA in 2009 is expected to be even bigger in scale and size, and bringing once again all key players in the business and market under one roof. Mr. Rex Tanasak Ruangteprat, the President of Thailand Facility Management Association (TFMA) said “The success of BMAM EXPO ASIA 2008 represented a phenomenal development for facility management industry in Thailand and Asia. The upcoming BMAM EXPO ASIA 2009 will be a showcase for both latest technologies and innovative solutions. The event serves as a platform that addresses critical issues and trends pertaining to the industry and markets. TFMA is pleased to be a supporting organization of BMAM EXPO ASIA�.

BMAM EXPO ASIA 2009 also acts as an educational platform for the industry. Mr. Chollachai Thammaviwatnukoon, President of The Building Safety Inspectors and Officers Association (BSA) commented “BMAM EXPO ASIA 2008 provided the educational forum emphasizing the importance of effective building and facility maintenance. We also see this event as an effective platform that created increased awareness for building owners and facility operators on building safety practices. We will certainly continue our support for BMAM EXPO ASIA 2009.�

BMAM EXPO ASIA 2009 also received the support of trade media organizations such as Technology Media Co Ltd, a publisher of various leading engineering-related magazines and directories in Thailand and Asia. One of their most read magazines; the “Construction & Property Magazine� has confirmed their participation and support for BMAM EXPO ASIA 2009 even before the 2008 event actually ended. Mr. Kitti Wisutthiratanakul, Managing Director of Technology Media said “We are impressed by the professionalism of the show, from visitor registrations, booth arrangements to conference programmes. We have indeed benefited greatly from our participation as the event enables us to reach out to our target groups, especially those who wish to enhance their professional and industry knowledge through our magazines and publications. This event provided us with a cost effective opportunity to meet our existing and new customers within a short period of time. We will definitely attend the 2009 edition again!�
The staging of the second edition of BMAM EXPO ASIA 2009 couldn’t come at a better time where Industries and companies across Asia are facing increasingly business and financial pressures, especially on thin operating margins amid the global economic turmoil.  There is a growing awareness and emphasis on improving business processes through cost effectiveness, cost savings, sustainability and operational efficiency solutions to optimize the performance of facilities, plants, equipment, machineries and building assets.

Asia’s facility maintenance and asset management market expected to continue to grow at unprecedented rates and BMAM EXPO ASIA 2009 is well positioned to serve as the engine of growth and act as the key industry platform to support the continued growth of this emerging industry and market.
For more information on BMAM EXPO ASIA 2009, please visit www.maintenance-asia.com or contact us below

Mr. Wasu Rattanaporn

IMPACT Exhibition Management Co., Ltd. (Thailand)

99 Popular Road, Banmai Subdistrict, Pakkred District,

Nonthaburi 11120, Thailand.

Tel: +66 (0) 2833-5111

Fax: +66 (0) 2833-5127-9

E-mail: wasur@impact.co.th or info@maintenance-asia.com

Human Capital Management 2009

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

“Strategy must be created from the future backwards,not the present forwards.”,Gary Hamel,Management Thinker on foresight, strategy and innovation.(www.rogerdennis.com)

Participants rated recruiting and retaining human capital as the biggest challenge for 2009, at the Jacob Fleming HR forum 2008. Reduced man-force against the same work-load is the issue that HR is facing in today’s financial crisis. In this very crisis lies an opportunity for HR to prove its integral role in business operations.

Being named a strategic team member in your organization isn’t enough. Performance is key for HR credibility. How can you retain and strengthen your talent pool without compromising your budget? How can you source into the Middle East the huge talent pool available in the U.S. and Europe that resulted from the crisis ?

The temporary solution of laying-off people will pose a much bigger problem in the coming fiscal years. Learn to let go of personnel without burning your bridges. The economy will inevitably rise. Stabilize your talent assets for the time when business operations expand.

Fleming
Gulf presents in response to the latest HR demands,
Human Capital Management Forum 2009 in
Dubai, 19-21 May, Dubai-UAE 2009.

Find the opportunity in the crisis by investing in strategies that will strengthen talent management. Turn our academic breakthrough into physical results. Smart-size. Don’t down-size.

For more information please Click Here!, or contact

Fleming
Gulf on tel: + 971 4 6091 575, e-mail: maria.luminita@fleminggulf.com

5th Annual Middle East Project Finance Forum

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

With the deepening effect of the global credit crisis, this year marked a watershed for the Gulf project finance market. The volatile market conditions have left bankers at odds over how much project finance activity there will be in the region this year.

Nevertheless difficult times are indeed opportunities in disguise!

Jacob Fleming  is delighted to be returning to Abu Dhabi from 26th 27th May 2009 for its 5th Annual Middle East Project Finance Forum. Taking place over two days, conference aims to follow in the foot steps of the outstanding success of the 2008 4th Annual Meeting where over 120 senior level project finance executives gathered to share their opinions and insights with their industry peers!

This event takes place at a perfect time for industry experts to discuss what the future holds and develop strategies to push the project finance engine to start gaining its speedy momentum again!

The 2009 agenda has been designed in conjunction with industry experts to keep you right up to date with the latest developments impacting the Middle East Project Finance market guaranteeing that this really is the only business and networking event in 2009 that you need to attend!For more information please Click Here!, or contact.

Fleming
Gulf on tel: + 971 4 6091 575, e-mail: maria.luminita@fleminggulf.com

High-Performance clinical Protocol design and implementation

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

How important is it for you to plan, design, write and deliver less complex clinical protocols?

NextLevel Pharma is organising a timely meeting which will provide essential perspectives from all stakeholders interested in improving protocol design to maximise clinical objectives without compromising on operational feasibility and simplicity.

Balancing scientific, regulatory & ethical requirements with operational feasibility

( 27th-28th April 2009, Bratislava, Slovakia)
By attending this event you will:

  • Understand the do’s and don’ts in design practicalities.
  • Obtain a clearer view on inconsistent regulations and impediments.
  • Get a global perspective on study delays owning to poor protocol design.
  • Be prepared for evolving regulatory challenges such as risk management measures designed into the protocol at the begining.
  • Learn from expert case studies on how to maximise data benefits from your end points and secondary end points.
  • Enhance your view on scientific colaboration and the pitfalls of poor communication and mutual understanding.

Speakers include:

  • Pfizer, USA- Director Global Outcomes Research
  • Biogen-Idec, USA- Associate Director, Neurology
  • Gilead, UK- Senior Clinical Programme Manager
  • OctoPlus, Netherlands- Chief Medical Officer
  • GenVec, USA- Vice President, Clinical Operations
  • TEVA Pharma, Germany- Director Clinical Research
  • MannKind Corporation, USA- Vice President, Experimental Pharmacology
  • Astellas Pharma Europe- Associate Clinical Research Director
  • European Medical Writers Association, EMWA- President
  • University of East Anglia, UK- Manager Clinical Research and Trials Unit
  • Medical University Vienna, Austria- Professor and Head of Clinical Pharmacology
  • Masaryk Memorial Cancer Institute, Czech Republic
  • University of Tempere Medical School, Finland- Director, Vaccine Research Center
  • Barts and the London Trust, NHS, UK- Research Governance and GCP Manager
  • MDC Partners, Belgium- Partner
  • ACM-Pivotal Global Central Laboratory, UK- Laboratory Director

Together, they will deliver knowledge, expertise, insights, opinions, facts and data that can add strategic intelligence and real-value to your business.

Agenda Request:
To request the agenda, registration form and to learn more about this event, please follow the link:

http://www.nextlevelpharma.com/events/request_agenda/23 
In case you have any problems with link, please contact me directly and I will send the agenda to you immediately.

                                                    

Contact:

Erika Vavrovicova

NextLevel Pharma

ph: +421 2 3266 2621

fax: +421 2 3266 0395

erika@nextlevelpharma.com