Truking engages the pharmaceutical fraternity with a technical seminar
by EVENTFAQS Bureau | < a href = '/news/corporate-brand-marketing' > Marketing a > | December 18, 2013 | News
Truking Technology organized a pharmaceutical seminar for the 2nd time in India, to engage and network with the pharmaceutical fraternity in the country. The Think Tank Entertainment managed the seminar, which was held at The Lalit Hotel in Mumbai on Dec. 2. About 200 people, including international speakers, industry experts and professors, participated in the event.
Truking conducted a similar seminar in Hyderabad in Nov. this year. Speaking about the objective behind these events, Roger Nie, Sales Manager, Truking Technology, said: "The main purpose of our technique seminar was to share the new innovations in the pharmaceutical industry. As we are into pharmaceutical machinery and we have supplied a lot of machines to India, it is our responsibility and desire to share the newest technique with our customers. This kind of seminar will benefit not only Truking but also pharmaceutical industries. We get better popularity while pharma industries can share new techniques, leading to improvement from both sides."
The event kicked off with a networking breakfast and an opening ceremony, followed by speaker sessions. International speakers from organizations like WHO, Zydus Hospira and Truking China spoke about the proposals on managing U.S. FDA and International Inspection and Aseptic Production Risk Control. This was interspersed with lucky draws, entertainment performances and a Q&A session. An evening party wrapped up the event.
Speaking about the event, Abhishek Mazumder, Founder Director, The Think Tank Entertainment, said: "The Truking event was one of the most fun and refreshing events we have done recently. Even though the language barrier was an issue we resolved that using Google Translate. The clients outlined a brief to us of their requirements, which entailed us to entertain a variety of audiences from across India, China, UK and France. We gave them flavors from technology advanced performances like Laser Man, mind blogging illusions from Kruti Parekh and traditional dances from across all Indian States and obviously Bollywood from Colors of India Troupe."
The Think Tank Entertainment executed the event, which had international speakers and experts in attendance.