The pre-eminent one day pharmaceutical industry conference in Canada

Chronicle Companies is pleased to host the 11th Annual National Pharmaceutical Congress, taking place on October 25, 2017 at the Mississauga Convention Centre (75 Derry Road, Mississauga). As Canada's largest stage for leaders in the pharmaceutical industry, the Congress presents industry reflections, ideas, and innovations. The Congress is attended by over 200 delegates every year and is an opportunity to learn, reflect, and network with the industry's most prominent thought leaders and visionaries.

The congress is hosted in conjunction with and followed by the 15

th Annual Canadian Healthcare Marketing Hall of Fame Gala Luncheon.

Introducing your 2017 Faculty

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Michael Tremblay, Astellas Phamram Canada Inc, and Innovative Medicines Canada Chair

Brian Bloom, Bloom Burton

Peter Brenders, Sanofi Genzyme Canada

Andrew Casey, BIOTECanada

Patrick Cashman

Brian Canestraro, Intercept Pharma Inc.

Ravi Deshpande, McKesson Canada

Tiana DiMichele, Impres Phama Inc.

Pamela Franlick, Innovative Medicine Canada

James Hall, Aralez Pharmaceutical

Chris Halyk, Janssen Inc.

Brian Hilberdink, Novo Nordisk Canada Inc.

Robin Hunter, Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuitcals

Joe Knott, The Pangaea Group

Kevin Leshuk, Celegene Canada

Ronne Miller, Hoffmann-La Roche Limited

Paul Petrelli, Jazz Pharmaceuticals

Sylvie Pilon, Lundbeck Canada Inc.

Mitch Shannon, Chroincle Companies

National Pharmaceutical Congress 2017 Agenda                      COMING SOON

Who should attend:

Chairman/ CEO/ COO

R&D Heads

Business Development and Sales Heads / Mangers

Industry Analysts

Leaders in Research Organization 

Thank you to our Sponsors!

Platinum Sponsors 

BRONZE SPONSOR

PLATINUM, SILVER AND BRONZE SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE, AS WELL AS ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES. FOR INFORMATION CONTACT MITCH SHANNON OR CATHERINE DUSOME AT 416-916-2476 OR EMAIL health@chronicle.org

A planned, organized and executed event by members of the Canadian pharma community. A not-for-profit event that provides financial support to Canadian Healthcare endeavours. Since the inception of the Congress, more than $40,000 has been donated to health research and patient causes.