Boca Raton, FL (August 14, 2018) – In the constantly changing environment where pharmaceutical operations and regulatory professionals operate, familiarity with current industry knowledge is a key performance measurement.
A new event called scwish:pharma makes sense out of that confusion and uncertainty. Created in response to the sea of sameness at conventional conferences, scwish:pharma fulfills the supply chain wishes of pharmaceutical regulatory and operations professionals seeking actionable guidance about major industry issues.
Program registration is $300 and rooms at the Waterstone Resort, a Curio Collection by Hilton property are $229 per night before October 1. Information is available at www.scwish.info.
The event format packs maximum impact into a short one-and-a-half-day time period. Experts speak for 30 minutes with minimal visual aids. No clutter means more insights with less distraction. Instead of long discussions with ivory tower ‘experts,’ scwish:pharma provides actionable take-aways to benefit businesses right away.
Check out the complete agenda here (subject to change).
Speakers are opinion leaders with real-world expertise. The program provides answers for the most pressing issues in pharmaceutical operations, regulatory compliance and change management.
The evening of Friday, November 2 is reserved for the presentation of the 2018 Healthcare Champion Awards. The award recognizes efforts to streamline the supply chain connecting treatments with patients. This year the Healthcare Champion Award recipient is Dr. Thomas E. Angelini, Ph.D. of the University of Florida.
Dr. Angelini and his colleagues at the Soft Matter Engineering Center and Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute are developing 3D printing technology of cell structures that may streamline R+D timelines for pharmaceutical manufacturers. Read about the 2017 Healthcare Champion Awards here.
Sponsors of scwish:pharma include Optel Group, Datex Corporation, Vault Structures International, Sartorius, Andersen Material Handling, IntegriChain and WDSrx.
For further information contact Larry Hotz, firstname.lastname@example.org or (561) 264-8463.