Please login to the form below

Not currently logged in

PMEA 2013: Seven days until entry deadline

Programme recognises and commends pharma excellence, best practice and innovation

Roche PMEA 2012

Roche's winning team at last year's PMEA event 

There are just seven days to go before entry closes for the 2013 Pharmaceutical Market Excellence Awards programme (PMEA).

Last year's winners at the prestigious Awards included Roche Products and Leo Pharma, who took home company of the year and small company of the year respectively.

Other winners at the 2012 PMEAs included Celgene for internal capability development and Boehringer Ingelheim for customer focus excellence via digital/social media.

The PMEA programme recognises and commends pharma excellence, best practice and innovation to highlight the great benefits that responsible marketing and business practices can bring society.

PMEA 2013 continues this mission and is looking for entries that can demonstrate best marketing/business practice in local, European or international healthcare markets.

This year the entry process has been streamlined to make it even easier to enter PMEA, and there is still time to request a coaching session to gain a better understanding of the judging process.

Entries to PMEA 2013 close on Thursday, 25 July, but an extended entry deadline of Wednesday 31 July is available on request.

PMEA 2013 will then take place at the Park Lane Hilton in London on Thursday 28 November.

• Download PMEA entry kit and entry form

• Entry checklist

• Judges' tips

• Categories

• Book a PMEA coaching session to help with your entry

18th July 2013

From: Sales, Marketing



Featured jobs

Subscribe to our email news alerts


Add my company

Welcome to HAVAS LYNX, a leading global healthcare communications group....

Latest intelligence

How to get rep buy-in for multi-channel
How do you manage a team who may be resistant to change?...
Blog: Digital therapeutics: within our reach?
Digital therapeutics is a hot topic right now. By using digital technology to manage, treat or even prevent chronic conditions, digital therapeutics is promising to revolutionise healthcare. But is this...
figure 1
The valuable brand
Creating value beyond the pill is both possible and increasingly necessary...