The global medtech industry is projected to grow further in the next years with healthy CAGRs of 5 to >10 percent depending on the product segment. A significant part of this growth will come from new fast-growing companies bringing new promising products to the market. But how to build the international operations strategy for new geographies to ensure a successful launch? How to determine the best location for international offices? And how to set-up the sourcing, manufacturing and distribution base for further international expansion?

Topics which will be addressed in the webinar:

  • How to develop an integrated roadmap for international product launch and/or business expansion, linking the manufacturing and supply chain perspective with other important areas such as market access, reimbursement, quality and tax/legal?
  • What are the most prominent trends and developments in fast-growing medtech companies' internationalization journeys? How to factor in regional specifics like the new Medical Device Regulation in the EU? Changing tax jurisdictions in different parts of the world?
  • How to determine the optimal location for your international offices?
  • How to develop a distribution model that serves the patient in the best possible way?
  • What are footprint scenarios for expanding manufacturing capacity internationally balancing landed costs, overall quality of the business environment and internal and external business disruption risks?
  • What are make vs buy decisions to be made? Regarding manufacturing? Logistics? Order-to-Cash processes?



Send an email with your request to attend this webinar to The audience for this webinar are executives/managers of manufacturing firms. BCI Global will match your request to participate with the intended audience of this webinar. In a confirmation email you will receive more information on the technical details.

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For more information contact Johan Beukema, or call at +31-24-3790222.

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