Pharma growth, partnerships focus of 2022 CPhI North America

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CPhI North America​, a comprehensive event covering various corners of the pharmaceutical industry, is returning in 2022 as a ‘smart’ event. The online learning and networking content is taking place in the virtual realm May 9-27l the in-person programming is slated in Philadelphia May 17-19.

To learn about what attendees to the gathering might expect, Outsourcing-Pharma connected with Sarah Griffin, event manager for CPhI North America​.

OSP: Can you tell us about the new brand launching at CPhI North America?

SG: One very positive development we are excited to announce is the launch of our new brand, which we are introducing with much excitement and will empower our audiences to source with greater clarity, connect and learn. We also felt it was the ideal moment to reflect on the values of CPhI and how our role within pharma has evolved and become much deeper over the last few years – and crucially to explore the enabling role we can play as the industry grows moving forwards.

Anyone attending CPhI North America will be presented with a brand new visual identity, designed to deliver the smoothest possible brand experience so they can concentrate on maximizing opportunities. Everything we have done is to help the industry to match with exactly the right partners, and to be able to do this more quickly.

Another positive development is that moving forwards, in a world where large sections of the industry will continue to work in hybrid settings, we will be using our reach to engage with pharma to build stronger communities, 365 days a year. To fully harness our role ‘at the heart of pharma’ and help deliver better global connections and empower the industry with year-round online communities, learnings, and networking.

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