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The Editors blog

An inside look at what’s happening within the pharma industry and across the PMGroup from the PMLiVE editorial team

PMLiVE: revitalised and refreshed

A 'beta' phase unveiling for our website's new look

Dominic Tyer PMLiVEWe've been working on this project for some time and now it's time to welcome you to the new-look PMLiVE.

There have been some significant changes to the site in the year since I joined PMGroup, among them the Digital Intelligence blog, a greater focus on people news and a series of refinements to how we approach online publishing.

And now we hope that the site's clean new design will bring out the best from in all this work.

But a word of caution, we wanted you to see the site as soon as possible. So, for now, we're still in a 'beta' phase, which means there may be one or two things that aren't quite in their final version.

While we make sure everything's working as expected we'd love to have your feedback on the refreshed site – you can contact us directly or leave a comment below.

By Dominic Tyer, managing editor - PME & PMLiVE 

8th November 2012

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