What is the Point in Conferences?

By Jack Shute

In today's hyper-connected world, what's the point of conferences? Why travel hundreds, even thousands, of miles to speak with someone, when you could just simply pick up the phone?

Speaking with global leaders in specialty chemicals at Chemspec, it was clear that conferences are still a crucial part of the life sciences industry.

Allowing us to keep in touch with cutting-edge developments, share knowledge and build relationships with partners; the value they provide can be priceless.

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