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BNG Fireside Chats, Second Edition: Novartis, Responsible Lobbying and the Pharmaceutical Sector

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Welcome to the second edition of the Brussels Next Generation (BNG) ‘Fireside Chats’ Series, where BNG provides its network of young professionals with the opportunity to learn from the experience and insights of leaders across a range of industries in Brussels. We’re thrilled to welcome Elke Grooten, Head of EU Relations at Novartis, who is looking forwards to discussing how to conduct responsible lobbying, how the pharma sector works and how to have a successful career in Brussels with you.

As Head of EU Relations, Elke leads the representation of Novartis towards political stakeholders from EU institutions in Brussels and is responsible for strategic priorities, reputation management and outreach across the Novartis group. Elke has been at Novartis in a variety of roles since 2002 and is an alumni of the Free University of Brussels, where she graduated as an industrial pharmacist before studying Business Management and International Cooperation & Development..

As we want to make this session as interactive as possible, we’re exceptionally limiting attendee numbers to 12 so that everyone will be able to participate directly. Once your attendance is confirmed, we’ll send you a link where you can send in your questions in advance of the event.

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Speakers

Confirmed Elke Grooten

Elke Grooten

Head of EU Relations, Novartis Pharma � European Public Affairs Office
As Head of EU Relations, Elke leads the representation of Novartis towards political stakeholders from EU institutions in Brussels and is responsible for strategic priorities, reputation management and outreach across the Novartis group. Elke has been at Novartis in a variety of roles since 2002 and is an alumni of the Free University of Brussels, where she graduated as an industrial pharmacist before studying Business Management and International Cooperation & Development.

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