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PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY EVENTS CALENDAR

Drug Delivery Partnerships 2018

Drug Delivery Partnerships 2018

22-24 January 2018
PGA National Resort & Spa, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

For 22 years, DDP has been the world’s largest drug delivery meeting place to accelerate drugs to market and lengthen lifecycles for long term profitability by finding new partners, new drug delivery technologies, and new formulation development strategies.

You need more time for meetings with partners, customers and clients. Last year, 400+ meetings wasn't enough, so DDP 2018 will offer more than 20+ hours of partnering time through EBD Group's partneringONE®. Leverage partneringONE® to identify and qualify technology leads and close the deal that expands your product lifecycle.

At DDP you can also:
•    Explore expanded content on
o    Connected Health
o    E-health and smart drug technologies
•    Hear from leading industry experts on everything from patient-centric drug delivery & technologies to the latest regulatory updates
•    Learn about innovative research findings, successful business models, creative business strategies, and more from companies such as Stevanato Group, Credence MedSystems, Portal Instruments, Haselmeier, and more
•    ‘Driving Innovation’ sessions cover hot topics and trends including 3D printing, delivering complex biologics & improving patient outcomes, and R&D in a Digital World

DDP is 3 days designed to catalyze strategic alliances, licensing, and commercialization for your business

•    Scout Qualified Technology Leads to Expand Your Product Lifecycle
•    Model Your Next Deal After Profitable Valuations and Partnerships
•    New Formats Designed to Drive Engagement and Actionable Strategies

Where visionaries connect, disruptive technology takes center stage, and partnerships emerge, DDP brings together Development executives from Biotech, Pharma, Generics, Specialty Pharma and Drug Delivery companies to share, discuss, and collaborate on hot topics and trends such as

•    Drug Delivery Evolution
•    The future of Drug Delivery
•    Drug Delivery partnerships and collaboration
•    Drug Delivery Technologies
•    Connected Health
•    E-Health
•    New Drug Delivery Models
•    Biologics Formulation
•    Biosimilar Strategy and Development
•    Injectables/Non-Injectables
•    3D Printing
•    Life Cycle Management - R&D
•    New Product Launches and Start-Up Technology
•    Big Data
•    Combination Products
•    Med Device R&D, Engineering, and Delivery
•    Product Development
•    Reformulating old drugs
•    Smart devices

phone +1 941-554-3500
email register@knect365.com
web www.DDPevent.com
email PGA National Resort & Spa, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
 
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