Archive for March, 2009

SBOBET to speak at BetMarkets Asia

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009


Bill Mummery, Executive Director of Celton Manx, operator of SBOBET, will be speaking at BetMarkets Asia on Wednesday 27th May on sports team sponsorship and what Asian operators need to understand about marketing in Europe. Visit for details of the presentation.

SBOBET, ranked the most popular Asian bookie on the Betting Advice Forum, has done a deal to sponsor the West Ham football team shirts. They have also just received a licence from the Isle of Man regulators for a live dealer casino. Mr Mummery is therefore perfectly placed to comment on the differences of operating in Europe versus Asia and will contribute to discussions during the conference on:

- Whether Europeans truly know what it takes to succeed in Asia
- How Asian operators can tailor their offerings to the European market
- Differences in product, functionality, customer service practices and marketing in the two regions
- Payment considerations in each market
- Where you should licence and base your business

Nowhere else will you get such a comprehensive overview of the sports betting, horse-racing and lottery market in Asia!

You have just 10 days before the early bird discount ends on 10th April, so book now and save $200 on the registration price.

Also, don’t miss the jurisdictional round-table sessions on the afternoon of day one, Tuesday 26th. Seasoned lawyers and regulatory experts from Asia, Australia, UK and Europe will go in-depth into each jurisdiction and the factors affecting the decisions of where to locate your businesses and how to shape it for the different markets. To see the full programme and list of speakers, please visit the website at

You can register by calling us on +852 2219 0111, emailing us at, or going online at

Remember to book before Easter!

Looking forward to seeing you at the StarWorld in May.

Kind regards
Rosalind Wade
General Manager
Beacon Events

P.S. Want to help Asians expand into the European market? Call Phil Barton on +852 2531 6178 or email him at to find out how you can gain exposure for your solutions.

Monster Worldwide to sponsor 4th Annual HR Strategies in Oil, Gas & Petrochemicals 2009

Monday, March 30th, 2009

Monster Worldwide, the premier global online employment solution for more than a decade, strives to inspire people to improve their lives. With a local presence in key markets in North America, Europe and Asia, Monster Worldwide works for everyone by connecting employers with quality job seekers at all levels and by providing personalized career advice to consumers globally. Through online media sites and services, Monster Worldwide delivers vast, highly targeted audiences to advertisers. To learn more about Monster’s Worldwide industry-leading products and services, visit one of Eastern European sites, or More information about Monster Worldwide, Inc. is available at

The 4th Annual HR Strategies in Oil, Gas & Petrochemicals 2009 is being held in Qatar, one of the fastest growing centres for the oil and gas industry worldwide. The forum aims to bring together important discussion topics and issues on how to reinvent the Human Resources function to meet the stressful challenges arising in resourcing, retention, organization and leadership development, employee engagement and branding. It will bring together a vibrant community of HR practitioners at the forefront of change and business leaders that are dedicated to driving changes to prepare their organizations for the key trends shaping the future under the global financial situation and the pressure of merger and acquisition.

The fourth in a series of successful annual forums, the 2009 edition aims to emulate the success of its predecessors by strategically meeting the heavy demands on the HR industry today.

“We gratefully appreciate Monster Worldwide sponsorship. Since they are one of the largest resourcing solutions providers, the calibre of the event has definitely increased by their involvement�, says Mrs. Annemarie Morgan, Business Development Manager, Jacob Fleming.

For more information please visit, click here contact Fleming Gulf on tel: + 971 4 6091 575, e-mail:

About Jacob Fleming

Jacob Fleming Group, one of the world’s leading business intelligence companies that provide business-to-business conferences, consultancy services and market research. Jacob Fleming Group offices in Bratislava (Slovakia), Prague (Czech Republic), Budapest (Hungary), Barcelona (Spain), Dubai (UAE) and Cleveland (USA), specialize in organizing prestigious international conferences for Europe and GCC region that provide groundbreaking strategies and proven technical expertise in business functional areas and vertical markets, which include the real estate, energy, finance, media, pharmaceutical and telecom sectors.


Featured Convention Center: Forever Resorts, South Africa

Friday, March 27th, 2009


Ever been to South Africa? The place seemed to be very distant and exotic but beyond all the things we hear about Africa, not everything is what we perceived to be.

Amidst the mountainous terrains, wild creatures and hot environment, South Africa holds a paradise we would surely dream of going.

Forever Resorts, which holds 20 properties in South Africa, offers luxury lodges, adventure holidays, self catering holidays, caravanning & camping, conferences, weddings and other events, health hydros and spas, and more.

This resort maintains the same standards as the rest of the world-class hotels around the globe. Forever Resorts believed in total relaxation of the mind—- the same belief, which they have applied in the architecture and theme of all their 12 conference venues.

In addition, the aim to satisfy customers needs and expectations is to offer them everything in finest details. Achieving first impression is good but making a memory out of the experience is even better. This is exactly the definition of Forever Resorts.

Whether you are there for a small executive meeting of 5 or a delegate meeting of 500 people or more, Forever Resorts can definitely give you the same great service.

To know more about the size and facilities of the conference halls, click here.
To know more about the latest offers in Forever Resorts, click here.
For info on the upcoming events at Forever Resorts, click here.


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Friday, March 27th, 2009

How important is it for you to gain first- hand access to information on upcoming healthcare budget reforms?

How informed are you on market conditions and opportunities for CEE drug markets in current challenging economic conditions?

NextLevel Pharma is organising the timely meeting which will present a fresh and original perspective on communicating the cost-effectiveness of high valued drugs to key stakeholders in the former communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE EU members, The Balkans and the former Soviet states). 

Implementing innovative market access aproaches in an exciting & complex market

4th-5th June, 2009; Prague, Czech Republic

Pre-conference day, 3rd June 2009- Pharmaceutical Market Access in BRIC countries

Exploring analysis & reimbursement models in large growth markets: Brazil, Russia, India & China

By attending this event you will:

  • Understand the realistic market conditions and opportunities for CEE drug markets in current chalenging economic conditions.
  • Hear experiences from ministries of health and industry leaders; overcome the challenges they are facing in times of transition and hear their most up to date solutions and future trends.  
  • Learn how HTAs are established and structured in CEE and understand the best ways to achieve maximum market access in the region.
  • Benchmark, network and co-operate with policy makers and key opinion leaders. Get the best and most focused picture of today’s workable reimbursement models and gain first hand access to information on upcoming healthcare budget reforms.

Who will benefit:

Pharmaceutical manufacturers:
Vice-Presidents, Directors, Managers involved in:
Pricing & Reimbursement, Health Outcomes, Government Affairs, Regulatory Affairs, Medical, Marketing, CEE Heads, Country Heads, Pre-Marketing / Clinical Data Collection

Solution providers & consultants:
CEOs, Business Development, Senior Consultants, Regional Heads

Speakers include:
Policy Makers

  • Ministry of Health, Republic of Serbia – Deputy Minister
  • World Health Organization, Switzerland- Coordinator, Health Technology and Facilities
  • University Hospital Zagreb- Member of Croatian Parliament Health and Social Welfare Committee
  • National Medicines Agency, Romania- Head of European Integration Service
  • Reforma Zdravotnictvi, Czech Republic- Adviser to Czech Minister of Health

Market Access Advocates

  • University Of Lyon, France- Prof. of Market Access
  • CEE Society of Technology Assessment in Healthcare- Senior Consultant
  • The Corvinus University of Budapest-  Associate Professor
  • Slovenian Lymphoma Patients Association- Chairman

Industry Experts

  • Novartis Pharma GmbH, Germany- Head of Health Care Management
  • Wyeth, Switzerland- Senior Director of P&R EMEAC
  • Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Germany- Area Director EE
  • Genzyme, Czech Republic- General Manager South Central Europe 
  • IPSEN, Ukraine & Moldova- General Manager
  • GlaxoSmithKline Romania- Government Affairs Director
  • AstraZeneca, Hungary- Medical Director
  • Bayer AG, Hungary- Governmental Affairs Manager

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:
In case you have any problems with link, please contact me directly and I will send the agenda to you immediately.



Erika Vavrovicova

NextLevel Pharma

ph: +421 2 3266 2621

fax: +421 2 3266 0395

IDTechEx – Commercialise Innovation Two Weeks until Printed Electronics Europe 2009 By Dr. Harry Zervos, Technology Analyst, IDTechEx

Friday, March 27th, 2009

Less than two weeks remain until IDTechEx conferences Printed Electronics Europe 2009 and Photovoltaics Beyond Conventional Silicon 2009 take place, in Dresden, Germany on the 7th and 8th of April.

International speakers from major research and technology hubs around the globe, as well as integrators and end-users of innovative technologies, will be there, to exchange opinions, network, present recent results and progress in their respective fields. In addition, they will be expressing needs, discussing challenges faced and obstacles overcome in the efforts to commercialise innovation.

Companies presenting at the conference range in size and scope to give a broad overview on the subject of growth of the industry sectors addressed. Together with end-user input, the conference provides the grounds and the opportunities for immediate interaction between the providers of innovative technologies and those who will implement and use it for their and their products’ benefit.

End Users

Examples include presentations from car manufacturers such as FIAT and Daimler, toy manufacturers Ravensburger and government agencies such as NASA, providing insight into their needs from these new technologies, allowing attendees to gain firsthand knowledge of what their potential customers require. The range of end-users involved with the conference is very wide, with attendees registered from companies that have become household names such as Nestle, BMW, Braun, Hallmark and Procter & Gamble.

TFT and Displays developments

Delving more into the technology advances that will be presented at the event, display giants such as Samsung and SONY will be talking about their development of thin film transistors and their achievements in making better performing and more robust devices and manufacturing techniques. Other approaches covered at the event include QD Vision’s development of quantum dot light emitting devices for displays and lighting applications as well as Texas Instruments’ approach towards powering innovative displays such as flexible organic light emitting displays (OLEDs).

Electronic Paper developments are also attracting a lot of attention so the latest development from “spotlight startup” Plastic Logic as well as Prime View International and Bridgestone Corporation will cover development and commercialisation efforts.

Wearable Electronics

Electronic functionality is being made possible in areas where it wasn’t possible before as electronics are characterised by new properties such as stretchability, wearability, etc. Wearable electronics are being further investigated at Printed Electronics Europe, with companies like Sefar discussing the bridging of the gap between electronics and fabrics as well as opportunities for printed electronics presented by Interactive Wear’s CEO Mr. Andreas Roepert. Research at PHILIPS or the Embedded Systems Lab at University Passau is also highlighted, giving an overview of the current status of efforts in the field.

Conductive Materials

Graphene and copper inks are attracting a lot of attention as well, especially with instability in the pricing of silver or issues with its disposal (let’s not forget that silver is a biocide, making it the last thing you would want to have ending up in a landfill), should electronics become ubiquitous and disposable. Applied Nanotech is presenting on its proposition for replacing silver inks: a highly conductive inkjet printable copper nanoparticle ink that could potentially be a solution to the issues of silver. Graphene research and development will also be presented by Vorbeck Materials as well as Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.

Do not miss the opportunity to be part of the biggest gathering of technologists and end-users in Europe this April. For more information on Printed Electronics Europe visit

For more information on the topic please contact the author Dr. Harry Zervos at or to find out more about the Printed Electronics Europe 2009 conference please contact the Event Manager Mrs. Chris Clare at>

IDTechEx Dates:

Photovoltaics Beyond Conventional Silicon Europe 2009| April 7-8 | Dresden, Germany

Printed Electronics Europe 2009 | April 7-8 | Dresden, Germany

Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe | June 3-4 | Cambridge, UK

RFID Europe 2009 | Sep 29-30 | Cambridge, UK

Printed Electronics Asia 2009 | Sep 30-Oct 1 | Tokyo, Japan

Energy Harvesting & Storage USA | Nov 3-4 | Denver, USA

RTLS & Wireless Sensor Networks Summit | Nov 3-4 | Denver, USA

Printed Electronics USA 2009 | Dec 2-3 | San Jose, USA

Photovoltaics Beyond Conventional Silicon USA 2009 | Dec 2-3 | San Jose, USA

Top names in animation convene on fmx/09 in Stuttgart from May 05 through 08

Friday, March 27th, 2009

Stuttgart / Ludwigsburg, February 2009. The digital community gathers at fmx/09 – 14th International Conference on Animation, Effects, Games and Digital Media at the Haus der Wirtschaft in Stuttgart. With only 3 months remaining, much of the preparations have been completed and we can say for sure: fmx/09 will be a meeting of the top guns from the industry, with leading executives participating in large numbers.

fmx/conference: chock full of feature appearances

Presentations and series in fmx/conference reflect upon and reveal developments within the world of digital imagery aesthetic, technical, scientific and social. Even a quick glimpse at this year’s line-up promises not just a wealth of insight, vision and inspiration; anyone familiar with the conference’s laid-back atmosphere will also appreciate the ideal networking opportunities presented. Among the prominent managers, creatives and curators this year:

Chris Defaria, Executive Vice President Digital Production, Animation and Visual Effects at Warner Bros., discusses his work on Watchmen and further projects including 300 and Harry Potter – Order of the Phoenix with Eric Roth, Director of the Visual Effects Society (VES).

Chris Williams, director of Disney’s Bolt, appears with colleagues Paul Felix (Art Director), Adolph Lusinsky (Look & Lighting Director) & Robert Neuman (Stereo Lead)

Danielle Feinberg, Director of Photography for Lighting Wall-E

Michael Faust, cg artist from the Oscar-nominated animated documentary Waltz with Bashir

Steve Preeg and Jonathan Litt from Digital Domain on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

Jeff Okun, Visual Effects Supervisor on The Day the Earth stood still, Blood Diamond, Last Samurai

Joseph Olin, President of the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS), curates the intense games focus

Christophe Hary, Research & Development Lead at ILM, curates the newest edition of the Reihe Virtual Humans Forum fmx/09 PM#21

One thematic focus of this year’s event is the increasingly popular and aesthetically expansive 3D stereoscopic technologies. In order to see what’s being talked about in its full glory, presentations in this series will take place in the Metropol cinema only blocks away from the main venue, right next to the Festival of Animated Film.

China presents another thematic emphasis, and host Kevin Geiger exposes the region in Focus on China. Among other highlights: the Beijing Film Academy, the Peking animation and VFX producer Xing Xing Digital Corp., as well as SOFA Studios from Taiwan.

fmx/forum: Industry Get-Together and Recruitment Lounge

Industry knowledge finds the perfect conditions in which to multiply. Both informal encounters and driven discussions take place at fmx/forum. Presentations, demos, company suites and the exhibition fmx/expo allow a comprehensive overview of the most important innovations in hard and software. Those looking to further educate themselves or their colleagues can choose between a multitude of superior workshops, seminars and masterclasses. One of this year’s highlights: the Khronos developer university with its full-day sessions covering across-the-board platforms and animation applications.

Since its inception, fmx/forum has had an eye on coming generations and this year is no different. State-of-the-art practical knowledge and lasting contacts can be had first hand. fmx/talents introduces schools and their students in the School Offerings and the School Campus.

fmx/recruiting is likewise dedicated to bringing talents of all experience together with potential employers. FMX has long become one of the most relevant and successful job exchange platforms for Europe’s digital task force. International corporations such as Disney and Pixar, renowned VFX houses like Digital Negative, Framestore and Animal Logic and games companies such as Crytek lay out their recruitment profiles and seek new talent here at FMX. Particularly good news: despite the difficult economic climate, major players such as Autodesk are cementing their engagement as fmx/09 partners. In the words of Thomas Mueller, Industry Marketing Manager – Media & Entertainment: “For Autodesk the FMX Conference is the most important European event of the Digital Entertainment Creation (DEC) Industry and we feel committed to play a central role. Once again we are one of the main sponsors this year so that the community can meet and gain further qualifications. With several key note speeches, MasterClasses and workshops as well as an extensive exhibition booth we give them the opportunity.”

fmx/events: Cooperation is the Key

FMX is very fortunate to enjoy more than just the support of many program partners, but includes manifold events, as is the case with the Animation Production Day (APD), a business platform for the international animation film industry. The APD is hosted by FMX and the Festival of Animated Film, organized by Michael Schmetz MediaConsult. Creatives and financers are brought to the table for concrete discussions and negotiations. In turbulent times such as these, this opportunity is more valuable than ever. So it’s no surprise that this proven venue is expanding to include TV series, games and mobile entertainment in addition to animated feature films.

The MFG Baden-Wuerttemberg continues its long-standing commitment to bringing insight on research and special applications to FMX with the series Visual Computing. The MFG expands on this tradition to include the Best of Eurographics – bringing an overview of this renowned event from the European Association for Computer Graphics.

fmx/09 & ITFS “ Kreativraum Stuttgart

Stuttgart is an animation oasis: FMX and the Festival of Animated Film Stuttgart (ITFS) one of the premiere festivals in the world have long been closely coordinated and this year brings a further landmark in mutual cooperation: the ITFS and fmx/09 take place at the same time. Visitors can jump back and forth between venues, grabbing the best of both events. But there’s more: all of Stuttgart comes alive with a full week of events covering everything from animation to music, including the popmusic industry hook-up Pop-Open from May 05 to 09, organized by the Pop-Buero Baden-Wuerttemberg. Much music will be in the air with a conference and countless live-acts, workshops and demo hear-ins.

fmx/09 is an event by Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg in cooperation with VES – Visual Effects Society, AIAS Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences, ACM Siggraph and 5D Conference. fmx/09 is funded by the Ministry of State Baden-Wuerttemberg, Ministry of Economic Affairs Baden- Wuerttemberg, MFG Baden-Wuerttemberg Public Film Fund, MFG Baden- Wuerttemberg Public Innovation Agency for Information Technology and Media and the FFA German Federal Film Board.

fmx/09 is organized by the Institute of Animation, Visual Effects and Digital Postproduction at the Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg and NX Publishing.

More information at
Press Relations:
Institute of Animation, Visual Effects and Digital Postproduction, Filmakademie Baden-
Nicola Steller, Mathildenstr. 20, D-71638
Tel. +49 (0) 71 56 – 35 06 16, Mail
Journalists can download high resolution photographic impressions of fmx/08 and logos in
our press section

Disaster Management & Crisis Response Middle East 2009

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

Failure to implement a detailed national disaster and crisis response plan can dramatically increase the number of fatalities but can also have a severe economic impact. A unified and coherent national disaster management plan is crucial for dealing with a variety of crisis scenarios from oil spills to an outbreak of infectious diseases.

Disaster Management & Crisis Response Middle East 2009 offers a unique opportunity to learn from leading global experts to understand the key factors to consider when formulating a national disaster management plan.

This three day program brings together global experts who will help you learn:

Effective strategies for developing and executing emergency response plans from
The Earthquake Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Pakistan

How Emirates National Oil Company is responding to emergencies and executing
effective drills in oil storage installations

The steps required for implementing coherent evacuation plan by
National Disaster Management Authority
The importance of clear responsibilities for emergency response teams from Mafraq Hospital

How a nations medical facilities can be fully utilised in disaster situations from
The Health Authority Abu Dhabi, Dubai Department of Health and Medical Services

And much more!

Disaster Management and Crisis Response Middle East 2009 is your only opportunity this year to keep up-to-date with the latest developments, strategies, projects and solutions. You can’t afford to miss out, so book now. It’s easy to register:

Call +971 4 364 2975

Hope to discuss these issues with you at the event.


Zuzana Laukova, Conference Director

IQPC – International Quality & Productivity Centre

P.S Early Bird Discount: Subsciber, take advantage of the early bird discount, register and pay by 9th April 2009 and save up to $1200

Health and Investment Development Forum 2009

Thursday, March 26th, 2009




Thursday, March 26th, 2009

How essential is it for you to gain update and vital knowledge on the nuances of healthcare and challenging clinical regulations in Russia, India and China?

NextLevel Pharma is organising the high level meeting which will examine in detail the opportunities in the unique markets: Russia, India and China which present the fastest global growth in clinical trials for timely, high-quality and cost-effective clinical development.

Unlocking the true recruitment potential of exciting and complex mega-markets

28th-29th May, 2009; Amsterdam, Netherlands

By attending this event you will:

  • Understand the nuances of healthcare in Russia, India and China before conducting clinical trials in these relatively new locations.
  • Learn how to overcome challenges like unethical trials, delays in trial approval, inappropriate protection of clinical data, lack of GCP, etc.
  • Hear fresh perspectives from sponsor companies who have run clinical trials in the “clinical trial paradiseâ€? and benefit from their experience.
  • Gain vital local knowledge by hearing updates on challenging clinical regulations.
  • Hear case study presentations from experts active in the Russian Federation, India and China.
  • Implement the most efficient partnership model in the clinical development to maximise the performance of your CRO and clinical partners.
  • Network and build the contacts & relationships you need at NextLevel Pharma’s very popular & entertaining networking dinner

Who will benefit:

Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Organisations:
Global / Regional / Country Heads / VPs/ Directors / Managers of Clinical Development, Clinical Research, Clinical Operations, Patient Recruitment, Medical Affairs, Outsourcing, Contract Management, Risk Management, R&D Sourcing, Vendor Relationship and Purchasing, Clinical Study Managers, Senior CRAs

CROs, SMOs & Clinical Solution providers:
CEOs, Business Development Directors, Product Managers, Marketing Managers and Country Managers from the region

Clinical Site:

Professors, Investigators, Study Nurses

  • Bristol Myers Squibb- Executive Director Regional Clinical Operations Asia Pacific and EMEA, Global Development and Medical Affairs
  • AstraZeneca- Vice President Clinical Development MC
  • Pfizer, India- Head Specialist Medical Affairs & Research
  • Amgen, India- Clinical Operations Manager
  • Ranbaxy Laboratories, India- Director Medical Affairs and Clinical Research
  • LifeScan- Clinical Affairs Manager EMEA
  • Johnson & Johnson Medical, China- Director of Clinical Operations
  • Eli Lilly, Russia- Clinical Operations Manager
  • Lundbeck A/S- Regional Director Clinical Operations CEE
  • Novartis, Switzerland- Head of Emerging Regions – TBC

Clinical Site

  • Nanjing University School of Medicine- Department of Neurology, Jinling Hospital
  • Christian Medical College, India- Asst Professor, Radiation Oncology Unit 1


  • Roszdravnadzor Russian Federation- Deputy Head of Department of Registration (drugs) TBC
  • Federal Ethic Committee of Russian Federation- Member
  • Good Clinical Practice Alliance – Europe- Executive Director
  • US Office for Human Research Protections, DHHS- Deputy Director

Solution Provider

  • Astrom Research- CEO – TBC

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:
In case you have any problems with link, please contact me directly and I will send the agenda to you immediately.

    • PS:  Take advantage of EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT available until 28th March, 2009!!!!


Erika Vavrovicova

NextLevel Pharma

ph: +421 2 3266 2621

fax: +421 2 3266 0395

Risk-Sharing & Value-Based Pricing and Reimbursement Schemes

Wednesday, March 25th, 2009

How interested are you to gain preferential market access via innovative payer agreements?

NextLevel Pharma is organising the only meeting looking at risk-sharing and value-based pricing and reimbursement schemes.


Achieving preferential market-access through innovative agreements with payers

( Brussels, Belgium, 23rd- 24th April, 2009)

This will be an ideal opportunity to understand and learn from the experiences and opinions of other pharma and medical devices companies, HTA agencies, payers and keystakeholders and benchmark globally.

Find your reasons to Attend:

  • Understand what are the most up to date, innovative agreement solutions and future trends in different countries globally
  • Learn how drug effectiveness, value and safety are being demonstrated in deferent regions.
  • Benchmark, network and co-operate with policy makers and key, influential figures. Get the best and most focused picture of risk-sharing and value-based pricing models today.
  • Hear the perspectives of all stakeholder groups: Ministries of Health, HTA Agencies, Insurers, Doctors, Patients and Patient Groups, Health Economists and the Pharmaceutical Industry.
  • Discover how payers are evaluating a range of complex pricing and reimbursement agreements.
  • Understand what patients want and what they define as a quality treatment, that enhances their lives.
  • Find out if risk-sharing and value-based pricing schemes can help pharma and medical device manufactures achieve preferential
  • market access and a competitive advantage.
  • Understand the best ways to comunicate value with stakeholders and achieve maximum patient and market access.

Speakers include:

     GlaxoSmithKline, UK- Director Global Health Outcomes, Oncology
     Novartis, Switzerland- Global Brand Pricing & Reimbursement Director
    Astellas, UK- Vice President, Medical Affairs & Health Economics Europe
     Medtronic- Director, Reimbursement and Health Economics, Central and Eastern Europe, Greece and Israel
     Indiana Office of Medicaid Planning and Policy, USA- Director, Health Quality, Policy Research and Strategic Planning
    OHE, UK- Director of the Office of Health Economics
    NHS Innovations London- Head of Health Outcomes Unit
    Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development, USA- Associate Director
    Luiss University & Business School, Rome- Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Economics and Polices
     Oncology Center Antwerp- Director
     Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development, USA- Associate Director
     Luiss University & Business School, Rome- Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Economics and Polices
     Oncology Center Antwerp- 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:
In case you have any problems with link, please contact me directly and I will send the agenda to you immediately.






(Brussels, April 21-22nd April)


Erika Vavrovicova

NextLevel Pharma

ph: +421 2 3266 2621

fax: +421 2 3266 0395