Creating a flawless and efficient supply chain is fundamental to the success of any first launch in Europe. Legislation is slowly beginning to harmonize across the EU and service providers are improving their capabilities, but there are still many local factors to consider. In addition, there are many “moving parts” that are often overlooked until it’s too late.
This webinar will identify and address the critical aspects that companies must consider when creating a distribution and financial infrastructure in Europe. Our expert panel will share their experiences, as well as discuss the key benchmarks and pitfalls on the journey to building the optimal supply chain infrastructure.
Pim is co-founder of AIM and has focused his career on European operations and supply chains. Prior to AIM, he served in key leadership roles at Chiron / EuroCetus and Amgen. He is widely recognized as a thought leader and is a well-known speaker at biopharmaceutical supply chain conferences worldwide.
Christian is Head of Finance, Europe at Travere Therapeutics, a US-based biopharmaceutical company focused on rare diseases. He oversees the finance and administration functions in Europe and played a key role in establishing the European commercial organization. His other industry experience includes Santhera Pharmaceuticals, InterMune, and Alcon Laboratories.
Ronald has a substantial background in biopharmaceuticals and consulting. He has held senior management positions in four global companies, including UCB and Amgen. He has experience in sales and marketing, change management, and continuous improvement, but his primary focus has been on supply chains over his 25+ year career.
Joop Wijdeven has helped many biopharmaceutical companies enter the European market. His involvement has ranged from strategic design through implementation and initial launch to further expansion. While his main specialty is supply chain, he has also been involved in the broader set-up of operations and coordination of cross-functional launch activities.
Date: Wednesday, October 27, 2021
Time: 11am ET / 8am PT
Duration: 1 Hour
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