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Navigating Life Sciences Procurement And Responding To RFPs (Video) – Government, Public Sector


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Navigating Life Sciences Procurement And Responding To RFPs (Video)


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What challenges and opportunities exist in the public
procurement of pharmaceutical products and medical devices by
hospitals, health authorities and group procurement organizations?
What practical insights should be considered when responding to
RFPs?

In their latest video, Phil Symmonds, Tom Yeo, Adam Banack, and
Grant Worden give a sneak peek on some of the topics being
discussed in our upcoming life sciences webinar on navigating
procurement and responding to RFPs, including:

  • the importance of companies being strategic in how they respond
    to procurement opportunities and being as pro-active as
    possible;

  • preparing your response and things to consider while an RFP is
    open;

  • circumstances where a procuring authority has a right, under
    the trade treaties and government protocols, to conduct a
    non-competitive procurement; and

  • general points to consider in determining when and how to
    challenge an RFP process.

Play the teaser below and register for the webinar on November 19.

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