12 – 13 October 2022
Tashkent, Uzbekistan + online

Connecting Pharma Experts Worldwide

The Eurasian Pharmaceutical Summit is hosted by Global Pharmaceutical Leaders’ Club and Iventu (former Advantix Pharma) team. The companies specialise in organising business events in various formats (offline, online, hybrid) and creating digital media products.

The Global Pharmaceutical Leaders’ Club and Iventu team is made of professionals with 20 years of experience in communications and conference product development who have hosted events for specialists in various industries (pharmaceutical and automotive industry, FMCG, wealth management) in a variety of geographic locations (Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Mexico, Great Britain).

Since entering the market under the Advantix Pharma brand, the Global Pharmaceutical Leaders’ Club and Iventu team has held large-scale online events: the Eurasian Virtual Pharmaceutical Summit (October 2020) and the Forum of Russian Pharmaceutical Market Leaders (April 2021). The events went on for 8 days and attracted 300+ pharmaceutical market players from the countries of the Eurasia region

As part of the conferences, virtual awards ceremonies were held for the winners of the Eurasian Pharma Awards and Russian Pharma Inspiration Awards, for which 70+ applications were received from leading international and local pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors and pharmacy chains.

Our Competences

The Global Pharmaceutical Leaders’ Club and Iventu team specializes in:

Developing unique conferences involving key stakeholder groups

Organizing and hosting forums, exhibitions, roundtables, master classes, webinars, as well as private meetings for top managers of companies which operate in various sectors

Organising face-to-face meetings with regulators and market leaders

Preparing turnkey events on various topics, according to customer requirements

Geographic Coverage

Since 2020 the Global Pharmaceutical Leaders’ Club and Iventu team held conferences where the development trends of pharmaceutical markets were discussed in the Eurasian region including Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova and Mongolia.