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What can the life sciences sector, Amazon and other industries learn from each other?

May 31, 2020
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Register on Borderless Live on June 03 at 2pm CET, for a conversation with Peter Vermeulen and Paul Connolly, executives at the top of their chosen professions with global experience in leading Human Resources and Operations.

Following successful careers in the world’s largest life sciences company, their subsequent ‘lives’ at AMAZON and in the industrial world, have provided them with exceptional insights that challenge conventional thinking and will enable you put fresh ideas into practice in the life sciences sector and related industries.

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