WNS is the Corporate Partner of the Yale Healthcare Conference, 2011

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WNS Will be Speaking on the Topic ‘Rethinking Promotion in the Pharmaceutical Industry'

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WNS is the corporate partner and participant at the Yale Healthcare Conference.

WNS (Holdings) Limited (NYSE: WNS), a leading provider of global Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) services, will be speaking on the topic of ‘Rethinking Promotion in the Pharmaceutical Industry'. Carol Thorney, Senior Vice President, Healthcare will represent WNS at the event. WNS is the corporate partner and participant at the Yale Healthcare Conference, being held on Apr. 1, 2011 at 10:30 AM (EST) at Omni New Haven Hotel, New Haven, USA.

The Yale Healthcare Conference is a joint effort between the Yale School of Management and the Health Professional Schools at Yale University that brings together professionals, academics and students to engage in a discussion around current healthcare issues. This will be the seventh consecutive year of this conference, and over 450 participants are expected to participate in this year’s event.

For more information, please visit http://www.wns.com/AboutUs/PressRoom/Events.aspx?cid=YHC_PR_CTCJSVWZ.

About WNS
WNS is a leading global business process outsourcing company. Deep industry and business process knowledge, a partnership approach, comprehensive service offering and a proven track record enable WNS to deliver business value to some of the leading companies in the world. WNS is passionate about building a market-leading company valued by our clients, employees, business partners, investors and communities. For more information, visit http://www.wns.com?cid=YHC_PR_CTCJSVWZ.

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