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C'est le temps déjà? It certainly is. Pharmapack Europe’s premier pharmaceutical and drug delivery event is at Paris Expo, Porte de Versailles from 1st – 2nd February. Pharmapack is the European conference for the latest trends, developments and regulations impacting the pharma industry and this year will be no exception.
Our booth is number is B89, near the catering area. More details on how to find us here.
Three of our healthcare experts will be available to explain how CDP can help you meet your innovation goals and answer your questions. We’ll also be running live demonstrations of two of our connected innovations – the Red Dot winning, First Response Monitor personal vital signs monitor and our newest tool diialog™, that allows designers and human factors engineers to understand how patients actually use medical devices in the field.
Uri Baruch, Head of Drug Delivery and newest CDP partner
Uri has extensive knowledge of drug delivery device development and technology, including innovation strategy and the latest industry trends. He is your gateway to access the in depth development capabilities at CDP.
Stergios Bitisios, Packaging Leader
Stergios is a senior design strategist and research consultant, whose specialises in the in-depth analysis of the patient-device interface. He helps healthcare businesses find ways of placing the patient and healthcare professional at the heart of the innovation process.
Tom Lawrie-Fussey, Technology Business Development Leader
Tom specialises in developing innovative connected devices, including the technology and business models needed to create value from this rapidly developing field. He will be demonstrating two examples and will be happy to discuss your requirements.
If you’d like to arrange a meeting with Uri, Stergios or Tom, get in touch here.
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