Clinical Innovation Partnerships 2020

Hotel Palace, Berlin

44 (0) 20 7368 9836

What is Clinical Innovation Partnerships?

The only event for senior Clinical Operations and Procurement professionals driving innovation in their clinical trials.

Attend to improve patient experience and reduce trial cost and time: Where the pharma, CRO and vendor clinical trials ecosystem meet to drive innovation in digitalisation, tech and partnering.

Benefits of Attending

Get more innovation out of your partnerships

We’re bringing together the clinical trials innovation ecosystem from pharma, CROs, labs, tech providers, start-ups and data management vendors – to share latest strategies on how to make the most of your partnerships, increase trial quality, and reduce trial cost and time.

Get advice on digitalisation, tech and data like nowhere else

Our speaker faculty represents the best clinical trials decision makers and budget holders from the world’s largest pharmaceutical manufacturers. Learn from how they’re investing in the latest digitalisation, tech and data innovations to meet regulatory requirement and deliver what patients need.

Discuss with your peers in the most interactive and intimate setting you’ll find

Benefit from over 20 hours of networking with a 70% pharma audience through: Private workshops, drill-down round tables and intimate breaks & receptions – Take advantage of your perfect opportunity to make new contacts with senior clinical trials professionals.

Breakdown of Attendees

Designed specifically for leaders from clinical operations and R&D procurement to come together and discuss the opportunities, challenges and future of innovation in clinical trials.

“The range of pharma perspectives on digitalisation, blockchain, AI, data analytics, innovative patient recruitment, virtual trials is phenomenal – you don’t get that anywhere else”

Mohamed Hasham, Executive Director, Customer Solutions, Clariness

Want to check out the previous year program? View it here

Want to check out the previous year program? View it here