Russian Pharma Forum is one of the most influential events on CIS market, which yearly gathers senior executives from such leading life sciences companies as Sanofi, Teva, Abbott, Janssen, Pfizer, Stada, GSK and others to analyze trends, innovations and discuss forecasts of pharma marketing development.Since internal and external transformation with digital technology is the burning question for every pharma company, Viseven Group is not only proud to sponsor the event for 4 consecutive years, but also is ready to share own practical insights based on more than 10 years of industry expertise. This year we will present Digital Content Factory – an innovative solution to provide transparency and flexibility in collaboration between global, local marketing teams and digital agencies. What is more, it empowers personalized interactions with customers through multichannel communication with eDetailings, remote calls, approved emails, self-detailing, VR/AR technology and mobile apps. Impressed? Schedule a meeting with our team to get personalized tips on creating your own Digital Content Factory.
Within 2 inspiring days, more than 60 burning topics will be covered, namely:
- Russian pharmaceutical market analysis and ways for development;
- Global public health challenges and analysis of the main drivers for industry growth;
- The new pharma business model and agile management;
- A review of the regulatory and legislative changes in the sector;
- Successful pharmaceutical partnerships and contract manufacturing;
- Technological and Digital initiatives in Pharma.
Corinthia Saint Petersburg Hotel
57 Nevskij Prospect
St. Petersburg, Russia
Corinthia Hotel St. Petersburg can boast of the largest five-star conference facility in the city and also the only hotel with a museum as its part — the Samoilov Memorial theatrical and ballet museum. Located in the heart of Russia’s Venice, Corinthia Hotel offers stunning views of the city and proximity to the major tourist attractions: two miles away from Hermitage Museum, three miles from Petersburg History Museum and the Mariinsky Theatre, 10-minute drive from St. Isaac’s Cathedral.