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Companies use MDDexec event to launch products
Date:3/27/2009

London, UK, March 26, 2009 / b3c newswire / -Companies are using MDDexec’s Medical Devices & Diagnostics Sales & Marketing USA as a platform to launch new products. Under the motto “The crunch - a huge opportunity” industry professionals discuss important topics such as KAM, value proposition and online training all with the aim to overcome pricing pressure in this fast changing landscape. 

Randi Altschul, the CEO from POP TEST stated on 25/03/09 “The high level speakers and   unrivalled networking opportunities make launching our product at the summit a no brainer”

This new conference is designed to help you understand that the fast-changing landscape represents a huge opportunity rather than a threat. The meeting is already creating quite a buzz being described by industry thought leaders as “the only place to go to provide an overview of state of the art approaches and pragmatic industry solutions” Baba Awopetu Director, Marketing Excellence, Stryker

The two day event taking place June 22-23, Boston comprises presentation sessions, roundtables, workshops, a networking evening and an exhibition

For more information visit  http://www.mddexec.com/sales/

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Kate Eversole
Executive Director
MDDexec
T: +44 (0) 207 375 7594 ext 296
keversole@eyeforpharma.com
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