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UBM Announces Content for 10th Annual Japanese Pharma & Bio Events
Date:3/8/2011

AMSTERDAM, March 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading events organiser UBM Live and its sister company, UBM Japan Co. Ltd., today announced details of the anticipated content and new developments taking place at the tenth anniversary of CPhI Japan, a leading International pharmaceutical event, being held from 18-20 April, 2011 at the Big Sight Exhibition Center in Tokyo. The full line-up of events surrounding CPhI Japan includes P-MEC Japan, which covers Pharma machinery and equipment, ICSE Japan, which looks at outsourcing solutions, and BioPh Japan, which showcases the biopharma sector. Attendance to the shows is free through pre-registration at www.cphijapan.com.

One significant development this year is that, based on the positive feedback received for the 2010 BioPh Pavilion, BioPh is to be introduced as a stand-alone event focusing on the increasing convergence of pharma and biotech business models in global healthcare. It will feature exhibitors in areas such as bioinformatics, diagnostics, genomics and proteomics, and process validation. CPhI Japan's other co-located shows, ICSE and P-MEC, have also shown healthy growth in popularity and size since their introductions in 2005 and 2008 respectively, and expect to continue this upwards trend in 2011.

"The response from exhibitors and attendees to the BioPh Pavilion was excellent and the interest generated last year has proven strong enough to expand into a dedicated event," commented Haf Cennydd, Event Director of ICSE/P-MEC/BioPh Japan. "It's also very pleasing to see that both ICSE Japan and P-MEC Japan have flourished and built a reputation as being key meeting places for pharma expertise. We are expecting strong turnouts for the events once again in 2011. Much of this growth can be attributed to the developments in the Japanese generic drug market.  Manufact
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