Top players in the pharmaceutical and health care industry from all over the world will convene at the Africa Pharmaceutical Summit (APS) West 2016, holding from 6 to 7 September at Eko Hotel and Convention Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.
The summit, which is expected to be graced by policy-makers, pharmaceutical professionals, institutional investors and key stakeholders, is to discuss developments and opportunities in the pharmaceutical industry.
The APS West 2016 themed: “Driving Forward Improvement in Pharmaceutical Industry – A Clear Framework for Investment,” according to Mr Miles Mudzviti, founder and CEO, PharmaAfrica, was brought to Lagos Nigeria “after successful editions in Hammamet, Tunisia, Accra, Ghana and Nairobi Kenya.”
PharmaAfrica, Mudzviti explained, is privileged to work closely with the pharmaceutical and health industry, global and regional stakeholders, as well policymakers, to pick up the latest developments in the industry and integrate them into the summit concept in a manner appropriate to the target group.
The PharmaAfrica boss disclosed further that the APS Exhibition, which is open to the public, will showcase an array of innovations from the cutting-edge field of pharmaceuticals, biotechnology and lifesaving sciences, adding that the summit will have in attendance over 70 exhibitors, complemented by an extensive high-level summit agenda involving more than 50 speakers from science, industry and policy.
The APS West 2016, he said, is therefore an excellent opportunity to showcase products and services, including raw materials, machinery, equipment, contract manufacturing and finished pharmaceutical products and will afford industry players the chance to discuss business models and catch up with the latest industry know-how.
“The exhibition and summit will be interlinked even more closely this year. Indeed, the summit topics reflect the focal points of the exhibition and are accompanied by measures such as giving of free special pass to visitors to provide learning opportunities for the industry,” he said.
According to Mr. Mudzviti PharmaAfrica’s mission is to provide a platform to enable the growth of a quality African pharmaceutical industry that com petitively contributes to the healthcare needs of Africans and is recognised in the global pharma areana for quality and innovation.
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