Doors open at 1:00 PM for coffee & networking.
Networking Reception will take place from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM in the InterContinental Barclay, Empire I
How did the pharmaceutical industry perform in 2017 and what can be expected in 2018 and beyond? This program will feature an in-depth market overview of the global pharmaceutical industry for both innovator and generic drugs with key data on the leading therapeutic areas and the growth prospects in developed and emerging markets. Plus, hear from leading pharmaceutical executives on their views of the macro factors that will drive industry performance.
If you wish to attend DCAT Week education programs and/or networking events please pre-register and make payment prior to March 14, 2018 (5:00 pm ET) so that we can promptly send confirmations and receipts for your records.
On-site registration is welcome but only if space permits. For on-site registration, please visit the DCAT Staff Office located in the Rockefeller Suite, 2nd floor, at the InterContinental Barclay. On-site registration is by credit card only.
Following the presentations, attendees are invited to a Networking Reception in the Empire Room I in the InterContinental from 4:00 to 5:30 pm.
InterContinental Barclay (Grand Ballroom)
111 East 48th Street
New York, New York 10017
Map & Directions
Education Program and/or Networking Event Name Badges – FOR MEMBER COMPANIES
During DCAT Week, you may retrieve your education program and/or networking event name badge (which is the official admission) at any of the badge print-out locations as listed below. Your badge will be automatically generated with a QR Code that indicates you have registered for a single or multiple education program and/or networking events.
Name badges are mandatory in all education programs and/or networking events. You are required to have your name badge scanned at the point of entry. QR codes are recorded by scanner and one entry is permitted per QR code.
If you register for a Member Name Badge to wear throughout the week, this will be the same badge you wear to education programs and/or networking events. The badge will have the same QR Code printed on it that will permit your entry into the programs and/or events for which you have pre-registered.
Education Program Name Badges – FOR NON-MEMBER COMPANIES
Your badge will be automatically generated with a QR Code that indicates you have registered for a single or multiple education programs.
Name badges are mandatory in all education programs. You are required to have your name badge scanned at the point of entry. QR codes are recorded by scanner and one entry is permitted per QR code.
All non-member company representatives who have pre-registered for DCAT Week Education programs should retrieve their badges (which are the official program admission) in the Rockefeller Suite, 2nd Floor, at the InterContinental Barclay.
Member Name Badge Print-Out Locations during DCAT Week – FOR MEMBER COMPANIES
Non-Member Name Badge Print-Out Location during DCAT Week – FOR NON-MEMBER COMPANIES
If you would like to cancel your registration for any or all DCAT Week education programs and/or networking events, and receive a full refund of your payment, you must:
Requests for cancellation after Wednesday, March 14th (5:00 pm ET) are subject to a processing fee or a deduction based on food and beverage guarantees made to the venue.
All refunds will be made via the payment method in which they were received. Please allow 7 to 10 business days for credit cards and 14 business days for checks.
If you pre-register for an education program and/or networking event and want to substitute another person from your member company to take your place, please contact Brooke DiGiuseppe during the time and manner as described above.
Substitutions on-site during DCAT Week must be made by visiting the DCAT Staff Office located in the Rockefeller Suite, 2nd floor, at the InterContinental Hotel.
Education program topics for DCAT Week are selected and developed by members of DCAT's Education Committee and other volunteer task forces of the organization. Speakers are selected based on their expertise and/or experience related to these topics, their ability to impart important information and concepts, and their willingness to do so without promoting specific business interests. By advance meetings with speakers, reviewing materials and slide presentations, DCAT volunteers make every effort to ensure that each program is a relevant, value-added experience for our members.
The Drug, Chemical & Associated Technologies Association (DCAT) is a not-for-profit, global business development association whose unique membership model integrates both innovator and generic drug manufacturers and suppliers of ingredients, development and manufacturing services, and related technologies. We are committed to provide programs, events and services that help our members meet their business objectives, expand their network of customers and suppliers, and gain insight into industry trends, markets, and those issues impacting pharmaceutical development and manufacturing.