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SGS will be exhibiting at the Annual Outsourcing in Clinical Trials 2014 in Burlingame, California, where senior representatives from the Bay Area’s pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies will discuss the latest challenges in clinical outsourcing.


January 28, 2014


January 29, 2014


San Francisco, United States

Arena International are proud to bring you their 6th Annual Outsourcing in Clinical Trials West Coast Conference, convening in Burlingame in January 2014. Following on from the success of the 2013 event, this year’s conference will explore strategies to form long-term effective partnerships with solution providers, whilst maintain budgets and trial deadlines.

This unique event will bring together senior level representatives from the Bay-Area’s pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies to discuss the latest challenges in clinical outsourcing. With plenary sessions, panel discussions and roundtables, this event will present itself as the perfect forum for in-depth discussion into current issues within vendor selection, contract negotiation and provider management.

As a new addition for 2014 we are proud to announce the inclusion of a new Medical Device stream to explore the specific challenges faced by this fast-moving sector and for attendees to form strategies to work cohesively with service providers.

With over 34+ C-Level, VP and Director level speakers participating in this established event, this event will provide a unique platform for companies of all sizes in the West Coast to network with their peers, competitors and service providers to generate best practice methods to implement their outsourcing strategies.

Meet SGS at Booth #2 on January 28th and 29th to discuss your future projects.

For more information and to register your place, please visit the Outsourcing in Clinical Trials website.