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Parallel trade in pharmaceuticals is a mature and developed business but continues to challenge manufacturers. Although the overall level of trade within the EEA is broadly stable at around 5% of sales, the underlying dynamics are turbulent with continuing exchange rate uncertainty, increasing fragmentation with many different types of products affected and BREXIT on the horizon. Pharmaceutical and device manufacturers now recognise it is a cross-departmental effort to ensure business integrity. This workshop will educate attendees on the following:

• Challenges of logistics and supply
• Challenges of data availability and accuracy
• Internal issues and resolution
• Revenue and profit
• Ensuring patient supply

Through interactive discussions and case reviews, this workshop will help you to address all the above challenges relating to parallel trade. You will be able to re-assess the best strategy and option suitable to your business including pricing and supply management. This workshop is open to pharmaceutical and device manufacturers. Industry service providers should seek advice before booking.

VPs, Directors, Heads, Chiefs, Principals and Managers of:
• Parallel Trade/ Import/ Export
• Distribution
• Supply Chain Management/ Planning
• General Counsel / Legal
• Market Access
• Business Planning
• Pricing
• Finance
• Procurement/ Sales
• Regulatory/ Public Affairs


From pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, drug manufacturers, pharmaceutical wholesalers, pharmacies, pharmaceutical importers and exporters, parallel traders, medical device, regulatory bodies and academia

 

Workshop programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chair's Opening Remarks

Janice Haigh

Janice Haigh, VP Pricing & Market Access, PAREXEL
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9:10 Session 1 - Background to parallel trade

Janice Haigh

Janice Haigh, VP Pricing & Market Access, PAREXEL
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9:15 Session 2 - PT management options

Janice Haigh

Janice Haigh, VP Pricing & Market Access, PAREXEL
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9:50 Session 3 - An overview of supply management

Janice Haigh

Janice Haigh, VP Pricing & Market Access, PAREXEL
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10:30 Morning Coffee

11:00 Session 4 - Critical Success Factors

Janice Haigh

Janice Haigh, VP Pricing & Market Access, PAREXEL
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11:20 Session 5 - Review of Tactical Details

Janice Haigh

Janice Haigh, VP Pricing & Market Access, PAREXEL
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12:00 Session 6 - Discussion and Q&A

Janice Haigh

Janice Haigh, VP Pricing & Market Access, PAREXEL
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12:20 Closing remarks

12:30 Close of workshop

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FEATURED SPEAKERS

Janice Haigh

Janice Haigh

VP Pricing & Market Access, PAREXEL

Janice Haigh

VP Pricing & Market Access, PAREXEL
Janice Haigh

Janice joined PAREXEL Access in March 2017 as Global head of Pricing and Market Access. She Joined Quintiles Consulting in January 2012 as Practice Leader for Market Access in Europe and from 2006 to December 2011, she was Senior Director Pricing and Market Access for Astellas Pharma Europe where she designed, implemented and managed Astellas’s supply chain integrity program which ensured the matching of supply and demand of products in Europe.

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