[Sponsored] Collaboration is key to a successful meeting, allowing the greater purpose of these events to be achieved.
[Sponsored] Collaboration at one life sciences meeting in Vancouver allowed attendees to find like-minded researchers and increased peer-to-peer connections.
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[Sponsored] Tapping into local expertise set the stage for industry collaboration at this life sciences meeting in Canada.
[Sponsored] Planners share why host destinations don’t need to be large in size to deliver on expertise, collaboration and innovative resources for attendees.
[Sponsored] For SIOP and ISHA, convening in Canada’s capital city provides opportunities for local collaboration and advancements in the field of life sciences.
[Sponsored] B2B knowledge transfers and industry collaboration was at the heart of this life sciences event in Montréal.
[Sponsored] The destination of a life sciences event should reflect the greater purpose of such a gathering—solving health challenges for millions worldwide.
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