Pharma Packaging and Labeling East Coast

21 February 2018

This year we will be exploring topics which affect both commercial labelling and packaging teams across small, medium and large pharma. We will have a co-presentation looking at the industries end-to-end labeling strategy to ensure companies are inspection ready while harnessing branding as a storytelling tool to remain relevant to your consumers, old and new. Coupled with this we aim to show ways through which the operational challenges of serialization can be overcome and improved to ensure you are meeting compliance standards. We are also happy to announce that the Drug Enforcement Administration will be returning, offering an opportunity to hear a different perspective on ways that pharma can serve the public health.

We look forward to welcoming you to Philadelphia on the 21st and 22nd of February 2018 for what is sure to be another year of insightful, interactive and informative panels, round tables and presentations on issues in commercial packaging and labelling which matter to you!


22 FEBRUARY , 9:30AM

  • Providing an overview of fundamental concepts for translation and localization
  • Delving into the translation supplier processes and effective localization for pharma
  • Presenting strategies that Life Sciences companies can implement to reduce costs and accelerate timelines
  • Enabling life science to take the pain out of managing translations

Kathleen O’Brien, Director of Business Development, Amplexor


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Kathleen O’Brien, Director of Business Development, Amplexor

Kathleen O’Brien is Director of Business Development with Amplexor Life Sciences and a 15-year veteran of the translation industry. Kathleen has a background in linguistics and has held various roles in the translation business: vendor, project and account management, as well as new business development, giving her a unique perspective into both translation operations and how translation impacts the globalization needs of her clients in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries. She proactively collaborates with her life sciences client partners on a daily basis to help them set their localization strategies.

Kathleen is based in the Greater NYC area and is an active volunteer of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) and Life Sciences Trainers & Educators Network (LTEN).


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