Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) October 26, 2011
Mark Wiesman, President of DDN, the largest privately-held provid-er of outsourced channel management services to the life science industry, will appear on the panel “Doing Business With the Life Sciences in India,” Tuesday, Nov. 1. Sponsored by the Memphis Bioworks Business Association, the event will be held at the FedEx Institute of Technology Methodist Theater on the University of Memphis campus.
Based in Wisconsin, DDN helps over 100 biotech, pharmaceutical and medical device companies get their product safely to market by providing outsourced infrastructure and business processing services in the areas of operations, finance, technology, logistics, regulatory and contract management. Many of these companies are headquartered internationally.
Wiesman said, “We’ve been able to help dozens of international life science companies successfully enter the U.S. pharmaceutical market, including many based in India. Our experience with international logistics and U.S. regulatory requirements, combined with our extensive infrastructure and our supply-chain neutral position in the market have made us subject matter experts in this area.”
Among the topics the panel will discuss are:
- ”India as a Strategic Market in the Life Sciences”
- “Value of Partnerships in Market Entry”
- “International Access and Distribution Demand”
- “Unique Challenges in Doing Business With the Life Science Sector”
- “India’s Emergence as a Major Research and Development Center “
Wiesman appeared last year as a speaker at the SCM Pharma India conference, an annual event devoted to dealing with supply chain management issues that influence Indian pharmaceutical companies. He also has spoken on the following topics at other events in India: “3PL Providers – An Insight,” “A Perspective on Pharmaceutical Track and Trace Efforts” and “Commercializing Product in the United States.”
Wiesman has extensive experience in strategic planning, acquisitions, financial modeling, systems implementation and manufacturing/distribution management, and has a Master’s in Business Administration from Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
A subsidiary of the 153-year-old Dohmen Company, DDN is headquartered in Menomonee Falls, Wis., with distribution facilities located in Memphis, Tenn. and Ontario, Calif. DDN has become the largest privately held provider of outsourced channel management and business services to the life science industry by streamlining processes, reducing costs and improving efficiencies for emerging, mid-tier and market-leading life science companies. By providing superior business processes and operations, DDN frees manufacturers’ resources for R&D, acquisition and other core initiatives. For more information, please call 888-374-8873 or visit www1.ddnnet.com.