EHPM Workshop - Food Supplements: Trading More Effectively Throughout The EU - 27 October 2015

This workshop is designed to provide companies with practical information on how to place products on the market across the EU. While EU legislation has harmonised requirements to a certain extent, there are still significant regulatory differences between countries that any company seeking to operate across multiple EU Member States needs to be aware of. Providing this information is the purpose of the workshop. The workshop will be held in the heart of the EU quarter where EHPM's office is located - 4 Rue Jacques de lalaing, B-1040.

The workshop will also provide information on market data and evolving consumer trends. Those attending the workshop will receive a complimentary copy of EHPM's quality guide for the manufacture of food supplements in addition to country profiles developed by EHPM that answer the main questions faced by a company seeking to place a product on the market in a particular EU Member State. Also addressed will be the mechanisms in place to tackle market access barriers.

An explanation on the work done by EHPM in Brussels to shape a workable regulatory environment for the good supplement sector forms part of the agenda of the workshop as does a guest speaker from the European institutions.

The deadline for registration for this workshop is 2 October. The fee for participation is €300 for companies that are members of one of EHPM's national member associations and €400 for companies that are not. The programme for the workshop is available for download below. The deadline for registrations is 2 October. To register or to request further information, please contact EHPM Director General Patrick Ahern – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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