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2011 CPhI Innovation Awards Open for Entries
Date:4/20/2011

AMSTERDAM, April 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading events organiser UBM Live today announced details of the eighth edition of the CPhI Innovation Awards and issued a call for entries.  Winners of the annual awards, which recognise, celebrate and honour companies that are innovating and breaking new ground in the pharmaceutical industry, will be announced at UBM's flagship pharma ingredients event, CPhI Worldwide, which is being held this year at Messe Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany from October 25-27, along with co-located events ICSE for contract services, clinical trials and packaging; InnoPack for pharmaceutical packaging solutions; BioPh for the biopharma sector and P-MEC Europe for equipment, machinery and technology.  

Entries are being invited from exhibitors across all the events in Frankfurt and entry categories for the 2011 Awards have been expanded, reflecting the new zoned layout of the events. This year, submissions will be accepted from the following areas: APIs, Custom Manufacturing, Intermediates, Excipients/Formulation, Fine Chemicals, Finished Dosage, Contract Services, Drug Delivery Systems and Biopharmaceuticals. The deadline for submissions is Friday 29th July 2011. Details on how to enter can be found at: www.cphi.com/innovation-awards.

"The CPhI Innovation Awards are an extension of our pharma event brands, effectively the industry's leading events recognising the industry's leading innovators. The profile of the Awards has grown significantly since their inception in 2004 and they now provide our exhibitors with a high profile, global platform with which to showcase their cutting edge developments," commented Annemieke Timmers, Brand Director CPhI. "Last year, the Awards attracted a record thirty entries and we hope to build on this further in 2011. The awards will again be judged by our expert panel who will be looking to highl
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