Danes target opportunities in Britain:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Danish Embassy in London is promoting commercial opportunities in British hospitals to medical device manufacturers in Denmark. It is confident that the modernisation of the British healthcare sector offers significant opportunities with greater resources and more streamlined purchasing processes. To help its compatriots, the Embassy is organising a workshop in London on November 11, entitled: Selling to the Public Healthcare Sector in the UK - Recent Development in Purchasing, Practices and Policy.
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