HBA Boston – Healthcare Business in Europe - What opportunities are you missing?
On the evening of October 5, 2010 the Boston Chapter of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) will be holding a presentation on global opportunities in the life sciences industry: Healthcare Business in Europe: What Opportunities Are You Missing? The event will be hosted by Millennium -The Takeda Oncology Company in Cambridge.
Stefan Borgas, CEO of Lonza, a multi-billion dollar global company will share his thought provoking views on how globalization within the life science industry has affected expectations for international experience, the risks and rewards of working internationally and the similarities and differences in working within life sciences in Europe. He will be joined by Deborah Dunsire CEO of Millennium, Jonathan Poole, VP finance Shire HGT, Nicole Weissbach regional manager, clinical sciences and innovation, Novartis, Lisa Fox Middlebrook, global head of training and development, Lonza and Sheena Bethell, business consultant, BaselArea. All of these distinguished panelists have worked in Switzerland, Europe and the US. In addition, Nina Ryser, advisor for innovation and entrepreneurship, from SwissNex, Boston Consulate of Switzerland, will be on hand to describe ways to turn global opportunities into reality. Expand your network into the European life science community at this event andevaluate your company options or your own career decisions with a global viewpoint.
This event is open to both members and non-members of the HBA. Registration is open on the HBA Website at www.hbanet.org/chapter/boston On-site registration will be allowed.
About The HBA
The Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) is in its fourth decade as a global not-for-profit organization dedicated to furthering the advancement of women in healthcare worldwide, with 15 chapters and affiliates throughout the US and in Europe. The HBA provides educational opportunities for women and men to develop cutting-edge healthcare industry knowledge and leadership skills; recognizes outstanding women and men in the industry; provides opportunities for networking; creates greater visibility for women in the industry; fosters mentoring relationships and serves as a conduit and sponsor for research on career advancement issues. The HBA has over 5,700 individual members and well over 100 Corporate Partners. It is widely recognized as the catalyst for leadership development of women in healthcare worldwide and was named by Leadership Excellence as having one of the top 100 Leadership Development programs in North America for the last three years.
The Boston Chapter of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association offers numerous events to both members and non-members working in the biopharmaceutical, medical device and diagnostics industry. Event speakers are experts in various aspects of the healthcare industry and topics focus on diverse healthcare issues and current economic issues impacting the healthcare industry. Boston HBA events also provide an opportunity to network with peers, enhance leadership development opportunities, and provide exceptional access to senior women leaders and inspiring role models in the healthcare industry
- Contact Information
- Kate Didio
- HBA Boston Chapter Marketing Chair
- Healthcare Business Women’s Association
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