03 - 04 September, 2020
The Pharma Procurement Blog
At ProcureCon Pharma we love giving away plenty of free content, so you can always keep up with the latest developments in the industry. Below we have a few of our most popular articles and case studies.
GlaxoSmithKline is cutting down barriers to innovation to form strategic partnerships with agile startups and respond to changes in a matter of days.
Dedicated to sustainable procurement, Bayer outlines a code of conduct which evaluates 3rd party suppliers for ethical, social, and environmental standards.
Here’s How Johnson & Johnson is Changing the Talent Landscape with its Procurement Leadership Development Programme Internship
With its new programme, Johnson & Johnson is looking to build on its reputation for a diverse company culture, by offering a way for employees with a flair for leadership to help bring products and solutions to the global marketplace.
Here’s How GlaxoSmithKline is Innovating Its Entire Procurement Ecosystem – Starting with Marketing and Diversity
Marketing and procurement departments at GSK are actively encouraged to hold joint strategy sessions at least once a year to help foster this mentality of a single company with symbiotic goals. The plan is to eventually have all teams working in a more connected fashion to help make sure everyone at GSK is aligned and working as one to achieve the aims of the business.
The NHS has identified this as a once in a lifetime opportunity to eliminate this debilitating condition for good and believes, with the correct response from the pharmaceutical industry, it stands a good chance of achieving just that. Gilead Sciences has stated its willingness to work towards such a partnership.
Smartphones have changed the world, of that there’s little doubt. These ubiquitous devices have transformed the way we access services and communicate with one another. With this in mind, pharmaceutical giant Roche has been inspired to create a new smartphone app designed to connect clinicians with suitable candidates for their trials.
Wearable technology is finally beginning to take off, with the consumer market embracing fitness trackers and smartwatches in large numbers, and now Sanofi is partnering with biopharmaceutical provider Parexel to bring this exciting technology to the field of clinical trials
Recruitment and clinical trial adherence are two of the biggest challenges facing pharmaceutical companies today. However, Johnson & Johnson is using innovative digital technology to address both these issues head on
Accurate and confident clinical decision-making enables earlier diagnosis and targeted treatment. It is this necessity which has lead Roche to partner with GE Healthcare to develop a new digital platform
Mobile technology is having a severely disruptive impact on the healthcare industry, and Biogen is harnessing it to revolutionise neurological assessments for multiple sclerosis (MS)