Our colleagues Cesar Carnicer, Alfonso Martín-Fontecha and Luisa De Arriba attended Animal Health Investment Europe in London.
Animal Health Investment Europe is a top level event that presents the most attractive investment opportunities in the field of animal and nutritional health.The event brings companies, financial investors and corporate strategy partners together from 38 countries all over the world.
To complement the investment fora, debates were organised at the highest level that tackled animal health industry market trends and dynamics for all species.
This event basically facilitates the creation of contacts. Participants could meet the most relevant people in the pharmaceutical industry and animal nutritional health field over the course of two days – from 200 new companies to leaders of 18 of the 20 most important animal health companies.
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