Key challenges and learnings gained from partnering with diverse organizations
 Decision making in alliances can be challenging when different organizations, with different decision making processes, set-ups, and priorities partner. 

This event brings together speakers from a variety of organizations including: large pharma, biotech, legal practice and one of the UK’s leading cancer research charities to share their experiences of working across diverse organizations and the benefits and challenges of bridging the organizational differences.
Cancer Research UK, our host and sponsor – outline the crucial role that partnering plays in their organization, illustrate some of the key challenges and learnings that have been gained from partnering with many different and diverse organizations. 

As a UK charity, Cancer Research UK works with many different partners from commercial partners, large pharmaceutical partners, government organizations, charities, and academia. 

In a series of short presentations we’ll explore the similarities, differences and key challenges posed by these partnerships.
Mewburn Ellis

European Intellectual Property Specialists and our networking sponsor, talk about their experiences of working across diverse organizations.
Artios Pharma Case Study
Artios Pharma will take us through their journey as a spin out organization highlighting the benefits and challenges of partnering across diverse organizations.
Bridging Organizational Differences
Partner, Solicitor
Mewburn Ellis

Chief Scientific Officer 
Artios Pharma
Deputy Director of Drug Discovery
Cancer Research UK Therapeutic Discovery Laboratories

Business Development | Clinical Partnerships
Cancer Research UK Commercial Partnerships
Director Alliance Management
Merck Healthcare KGaA 
Director, Alliance & Integration Management
Also joining us at the event

Caro Evans |   Director of Partnerships |   Philanthropy and Partnerships,   Cancer Research UK

Fiona Chennells |  Operations and Delivery Lead |   Experimental Cancer Medicines Centre Network, Cancer Research UK
Meet the current UK Chapter leadership team who represent ASAP members across the UK and hear their thoughts and perspectives on partnerships in their professional areas.

S hare your thoughts and interests on future ASAP events and network with fellow alliance and partnership professionals
Cancer Research UK
Angel Building
407 St John Street London
ASAP Members - FREE
Non-Members -  £20.00 

  Registration is required
The ASAP UK chapter thanks Cancer Research UK for hosting this event.
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