ISPE/FDA/PQRI Quality Manufacturing Conference, 5-7 June, Marriott Crystal Gateway Hotel, Arlington, VA

Advertising & Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsorship opportunities at the Quality Manufacturing Conference will provide your company with an increased level of exposure to YOUR target audience. Don’t miss out on the limited sponsorship opportunities including:

  • Conference Badges | $2,350 (Exclusive) SOLD OUT
  • Exhibit Hall Giveaway | $1,500 (Limit three)
  • Lanyards | $3,250 (Exclusive) SOLD OUT
  • Lunch | $2,000 (Limit two)
  • Mobile App | $3,000 (Exclusive) SOLD OUT
  • Networking Breaks | $2,000 (Limit two at each break)
  • Tote Bags | $3,250 (Exclusive)
  • Welcome Reception | $3,000 (Exclusive)
  • WiFi | Call for Pricing (Exclusive)

Branding Opportunities

  • Tote Bag Insert | $1,000 (Limit three)

For additional onsite promotional opportunities, Please contact:

Alisa Pachella, Account Manager, Sales
Telephone: +1-813-739-2274

Advertising Opportunities

Advertising in the Quality Manufacturing Brochure and Onsite Guide are an excellent opportunity to reach your target audience. One well-placed advertisement will increase your conference visibility when combined with your exhibit space.

For available ad positions, please contact:

Alisa Pachella, Account Manager, Sales
Telephone: +1-813-739-2274

Event Sponsors

Industry and Regulatory Experts to Discuss These Questions and More!

  • Could the concepts behind continuous process verification be similarly applied to maintain qualified state?
  • How can lifecycle quality management concepts be applied to Legacy products?
  • What major components are essential to establish a reliable state of process controls?
  • How much data is required to ensure that process is in state of control?
  • What are some successful scenarios for accelerated development products?
  • How can companies ensure a successful PAI on a new technology?
  • Should clinical studies be designed to include variability in product?
  • What validation variations are inherent with respect to sterile and non-sterile environments?
  • Are there viable alternate options for the implementation of quality metrics?
  • What are the key factors in managing control strategies for emerging technologies?
  • How and when are quality attributes defined as “critical”?
  • What are the most meaningful and predictive metrics?
  • Is FDA and MHRA approval required for manufacturing New Chemical Entity (NCE) or New Drug substance meant for clinical trials?

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Keynote Speakers

Helen Saccone Photograph
US-EU Mutual Recognition Agreement
Helen Saccone, CDR, PharmD
Associate Director, Global Regulatory Policy
Michael Kopcha Photograph
Office of Pharmaceutical Quality Progress Update
Michael Kopcha, PhD, RPh
Director, Office of Pharmaceutical Quality, FDA/CDER
Thomas Cosgrove Photograph
Outsourcing Quality: Perspectives on Risk in the Global Drug Supply Chain
Thomas Cosgrove, JD
Director, Office of Manufacturing Quality
François Sallans Photograph
Quality and Innovation: The Johnson & Johnson Experience
François Sallans, PharmD
Vice President, Quality & Compliance, Chief Quality Officer
Johnson & Johnson
Roger Nosal Photograph
The New Quality Paradigm
Roger Nosal, PhD
Vice President & Head of Global Chemistry, Manufacturing & Controls, Pfizer Inc.
Brian Boyd Photograph
Facility Management Past, Present, and Future: Transforming with the Times
Brian Boyd
Vice President, Global Facilities Management
Johnson & Johnson

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