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This year's CPhI Worldwide and ICSE will take place from 27th to 29th October 2003 at Messe in Frankfurt. A magnificent metropolis, Frankfurt offers attendees of CPhI and ICSE plenty of opportunity to combine business with pleasure! But more importantly, the expected record-breaking volume of attendees conducting business on a face-to-face basis will ensure that the 14th edition of CPhI is a huge success.


As always you can be sure of a high quality audience when attending CPhI and ICSE; last year's event in Paris attracted 10,096 decision makers from more than a 110 countries. As pharmaceutical CEOs are regular visitors and the event is a haven for attracting new business opportunities, in just three days you can have a world of new products, partnerships and contacts at your fingertips. The event prides itself on offering unrivalled opportunities in the pharma and chemical markets.

So what can you expect in Frankfurt from 27th to 29th October?



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