WEBINAR: Overcoming Risks to Create A Successful Commercialization Journey for your Product

April 25, 2019

Join us on Thursday, Apr 25, from 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CDT to learn best practices and plan for the successful commercialization of your specialty product.

Albert Cooksey , Senior Vice President of Business Development & Sales for ICS , discusses the impact and changing landscape of specialty drugs, and provides insights and best practices for successful commercialization of specialty products.

Learn more about the significant differences between traditional and specialty pharmaceutical supply chains, as well as dive into a pre-commercialization timeline to walk through key milestones as you move from clinical to commercial launch.

Today’s specialty drug pipeline is robust with many promising new treatments in the pipeline for a wide range of conditions – planning ahead for the successful commercialization of these products is critical. Join us in this webinar to learn best practices and plan for the successful commercialization of your specialty product.

JOIN US FOR THIS COMPLIMENTARY WEBINAR

April 25, 2019: 11AM-12PM PDT, 1-2PM CDT, 2-3PM EDT

Gain insights from experts on topics such as storage, shipping, packaging, and regulatory and compliance. 

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SPEAKER

Albert Cooksey 

Albert Cooksey is Senior Vice President of Business Development and Sales for ICS . Mr. Cooksey supports pharmaceutical manufacturers launching commercial medications, including cell and gene therapies, by providing consultation throughout the sales process. He manages all aspects of business development activities to ensure RFPs meet the needs of each pharmaceutical manufacturer, while also working with existing clients on logistics solutions and new product introductions into the ICS 3PL support model.  

Mr. Cooksey has played an instrumental role in supporting the launch of many new pharmaceutical products, and most recently is leading the company’s Cell and Gene Therapy offering through our integrated commercialization services. Mr. Cooksey holds a Bachelor of Science in Agri-Economics from Texas A&M University, where he graduated in 1996.

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