The 7th GLOBALNORM Conference Product Compliance in retrospect

Thank you to over 100 participants and 11 speakers

Over 100 product compliance experts followed the invitation to the 7th GLOBALNORM conference to Berlin from April 4th to 5th 2019. A lot of professional knowledge and practical tips as well as some CE gut ache were exchanged.

Our conference review points out discussed subjects and photo impressions from two entertaining and knowhow laden days. We’d like to say “thank you” for a new record number of pleased participants, for excellent speakers and for a brilliant team in front of and behind the scenes!

Published on 12.06.2019
Category: Compliance, Academy, Globalnorm

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