A typical commercial launch can take nearly 12-18 months assuming everything runs smoothly. When transitioning from your clinical trial to commercial launch, there are over 300 primary and secondary packaging engineering considerations alone including package design, environmental conditions, variable data, and local legislation just to name a few. Navigating this terrain is tricky, and without careful planning can cost your project time and money.
During this webinar you will learn key areas of planning that can shave months off the timeline of your project. Package development, design & testing is crucial and choosing the right partner is going to play a major role in your launch execution. Your logistics strategy is often an afterthought in the grand scheme of your project, but our experts will identify common challenges in this area that you may want to bring top of mind to mitigate risk, no matter the geography. This webinar will also outline when to start factoring in environmental conditions like cold storage and distribution, tooling costs, risk assessments and supply chain management throughout your Phase II/III trials.
Project management is vital when transitioning from clinical to commercial launch. There should be a smooth knowledge transfer between teams by leveraging Phase III packaging towards commercial scale production. The process of new product introduction should be established by your partner. Our experts will talk through how to ensure a seamless transition.
Join Tim Roberts, Chief Commercial Officer and Michelle D'Angelo, Senior Director, Commercial Sales, as they walk through key considerations from Phase II-Commercialization to achieve a successful launch.