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Chris Kilbee Appointed Group Director of UBM Pharma Portfolio
Date:1/10/2014

AMSTERDAM, January 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Kilbee responsible for driving the portfolio globally including increased emphasis on digital and content

CPhI, part of UBM Live, has announced the appointment of Chris Kilbee to the role of Group Director of the UBM Pharma Portfolio. Central to the role is responsibility for the strategic development and delivery of market leading event brands CPhI, ICSE, Inno-Pack and P-MEC, held in Europe, China, India, Japan, Russia, Turkey, South America and South-East Asia and digital solutions including CPhI Online and CPhI Pharma Evolution.

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Chris will be responsible for the delivery of trusted CPhI global brands that connect Pharma buyers and suppliers, a continued focus on providing high-quality content and conferences, and added value for customers. He has targeted growth in emerging markets, mirroring shifts within the wider pharma industry, with CPhI continuing to expand into the world's largest and growing markets.

Chris has already overseen the launch of CPhI Istanbul - a new event starting in 2014 - and the completion of the company's first Annual Industry Report. Utilising a newly formed expert industry panel, the report featured an unbiased analysis of the global pharmaceutical market, holistically examining the current environment and forecasting future trends.

A highly experienced business leader who has worked across a number of different parts of UBM, most recently running a media and events business based in London Chris brings new insights and approaches to the pharma brand.

Commenting on his appointment, Kilbee remarked: "I am delighted to be tak
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