LONG BRANCH, N.J., July 27 /PRNewswire/ -- For the first time ever, large numbers of personnel from the world's largest pharmaceutical companies have been registering to attend Pharma ChemOutsourcing at the Jersey Shore this fall. Most are chemists by training and work in the exploding field of outsourcing/sourcing active pharmaceutical ingredients (API's).
Pharma ChemOutsourcing has found a home on the East Coast where the majority of the large pharmaceutical companies and their suppliers are located. "We have good working relationships with Pfizer, Merck, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Eli Lilly, Roche, GSK, and Novartis, for example, and they often provide guidance to make the show more relevant to their current needs," Alexay continued. "We get a lot of input".
"The event is growing at a 35% rate this year," says Mark Alexay the event organizer, "but what distinguishes this year's attendance is that the large pharma companies are coming in much greater numbers than years past. This is evident in the sharply higher turnout from the respective companies. The Big Pharma attendees say that it's a convenient place to accomplish several high priority goals in a short period of time – there's a LOT of information in the conference sessions plus they meet their suppliers."
The event features 4 parallel tracks over 3 days, 150 speakers, 100 exhibitors, 1000 attendees, and is studded with nightly socializing events on the beach for effective networking. "People set up meetings before the show but the evening parties over several nights help people make new connections. It's much easier to approach someone new in a social setting away from the conference hotel," remarked Alexay.
The 2010 attendee list may be viewed at http://chemoutsourcing.com/attendees.php
The 100 exhibitors are at http://chemoutsourcing.com/sponsors.php
The 2009 Beach Party can be viewed at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTGzZhqDjcU&feature=fvw
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