Participation in industry-focused organizations, which provide wider access to information about enforcement trends and likely forthcoming regulatory changes, is a vital component for regulatory intelligence teams’ effectiveness.
The life science business is home to a plethora of relevant and important organizations, ranging from broad-based trade associations that focus on the whole industry to small, therapeutic-area-specific trade groups that provide manufacturers with a number of participation opportunities.
While the sheer number of accessible associations can provide a wealth of opportunities for involvement, regulatory intelligence executives must be selective and ensure that the time and resources invested on association membership yield useful and meaningful information for the company.
This event brings together specialists in global intelligence, strategy, policy, and law to share best practices on regulatory concerns. Investigate how your peers inform internal stakeholders about regulatory changes and competitive intelligence, provide feedback on submissions, and comment on new guidance materials.
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