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Tuesday | 23 April 2013 - Friday | 26 April 2013

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Date: 23 – 26 April, 2013
Location: Hotel President Wilson, Geneva
Organisation: WB Research
URL: www.wbresearch.com/logipharmaeurope


The World’s Largest End-To-End Supply Chain Management Conference For The Life Science Industry

Supply Chain Strategies for: Pharma | Generics | Animal Health | Security | Emerging Markets

It’s no secret that with the increasing pressures on margins, patent expiries, counterfeits, greater risk and regulatory compliance requirements, the supply chain is fast becoming a key differentiator driving a competitive advantage within the life sciences sector.

Over the past 12 years LogiPharma has grown into the world’s largest pharma / life science supply chain strategy conference, attracting over 350 people annually in Geneva.

Next April 23-26, senior level VPs from global pharmaceutical, generics and animal health manufacturers will attend to share strategic insight and benchmark their performance against industry leaders. The event also features the latest thinking from opinion leaders and outside industry experts that will accelerate your end-to-end supply chain performance.

Don’t Forget: Next Discount Deadline is 22nd February – Early Registration Savings of up to £1500!

Designed By The Community, For The Community

The LogiPharma 2013 advisory board is make up of key opinion leaders and supply chain leaders from companies including Pfizer, Teva, Baxter, AstraZeneca, Bayer, Mylan, Boehringer Ingelheim and more. The board meet together several times each year to set the LogiPharma strategy and direction the programme takes. You can find out more about the board of directors here.

LogiPharma has three main goals. These are to give the community a forum to:

  • Gain expert insights into supply chain strategy
  • Benchmark operations and performance with industry leaders
  • Bridge the gap between strategy and successful implementation

The Crucial Issues We’ll Tackle Together At LogiPharma 2013

  • Supply chain strategy for mature markets
  • Optimising channel connectivity, segmentation and channel management
  • Postponement
  • Benchmarking and measuring the supply chain S&OP evolution – How can we make this work?
  • Planning and optimising the supply chain
  • Mitigating the impacts of tenders
  • Product change management
  • New product launches & introductions
  • Master data solutions
  • Distribution & cost avoidance for mature markets
  • Physical network design
  • Transport collaboration
  • NEW Emerging markets supply chain strategy
  • Organisational setup & talent management
  • Footprint, SC network set-up & distributors
  • Risk and integrity
  • Linking price and market access to supply chain strategy
  • Regulations & Traceability
  • Incoming GDP change impacts
  • Serialisation, e-pedigree and track & track
  • Temperature controlled supply implications
  • NEW Talent management in the supply chain
  • Supply chain security, anti-counterfeiting strategies and risk mitigation

>View The LogiPharma Full Agenda

What You Will Take Home

  • See how others are putting their emerging market supply chain strategy into practice: Assess the impact that the shift towards the developing markets is having on your supply chain, along with the strategies being employed by successful multinational industry leaders
  • Discover who and what is stealing your profit: Combat the counterfeiters and establish a minimal risk supply chain with an entire day focused on supply chain risk, security & integrity in volatile environments
  • Combat margin decline on the bottom line: Cost avoidance strategies for both mature and developing pharma markets
  • Real, actionable outcomes: Every presentation outlines 6 key take-home with the aim of driving both operational and strategic improvements across your E2E supply chain team
  • Make postponement work for your supply chain: Embracing the full meaning and tactics underpinning a successful and optimised postponement strategy


Tuesday | 23 April 2013
Friday | 26 April 2013