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Corporate Financial Planning Experts Gather at IE – Innovation Enterprise’s Financial Planning & Analysis for Pharma & Biotech Summit
Date:2/21/2013

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) February 21, 2013

Within an ever-changing business environment there is an unquestionable need for organizations to become analytically competitive, innovative and agile. Building on IE. – Innovation Enterprise’s history of successful summits in this sector, the Financial Planning & Analysis for Pharma & Biotech event will bring together over 200+ senior finance leaders in a unique, collaborative environment.

With over 25 distinguished keynote speakers including: Director, Finance, Pfizer, Senior Director, Finance, Johnson & Johnson and Senior Director, Finance, Siemens Healthcare, this summit will provide attendees with an exclusive insight into processes at the most forward thinking organizations currently in the industry.

Commenting on the 2012 event a previous attendee noted: “This summit is unique in that it covers both financially and industry relevant topics. It’s an excellent opportunity to share and exchange information and knowledge with high level and international professionals.” From the 120 delegates at last year’s event, over 80% recommended the event to a colleague with a further 87% rating the summit as “good to excellent”.

Emma Flanagan, International Events Director at IE. – Innovation Enterprise: “From our research into the market it became clear that finance leaders are looking for a forum to exchange ideas with peers of a similar stature and experience. This summit was specifically designed for senior level attendees. It’s exclusive, CPE accredited and we’re really proud of the agenda that we’ve organized.”

Running concurrently to the Pharma & Biotech summit is the Financial Planning & Analysis in Healthcare Summit where speakers from companies s
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