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Labeling innovation community for futuristic insights

Upcoming Events

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The dates and themes for our Spring 2023 labelnet forums
will be announced shortly.

Heads of Labeling of Top 35 Life Science Companies Network Here

A network for Heads of Labeling of Top 35 life science companies; invests in thought leadership to help shape future practices.

Established in 2011, labelnet provides an open, confidential platform for Labeling leaders to network, debate, benchmark performance, share and develop best practices across the full labeling lifecycle.

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Exclusive benefits for- Who should join?

Heads of Labeling and senior leaders responsible for deploying the Labeling strategy within their organization.
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Prime Access to Labeling Insights as a part of the only global Labeling network:

  • Unparalleled networking opportunities through twice-yearly forums, Heads of Labeling Strategic Satellite sessions, working groups and member-driven scientific community
  • Annual benchmark, with one-to-one meetings to explore insights, relative performance, and improvement opportunities
  • Technology showcase events driven by member cases to discover cutting edge utilisations of technology, new approaches and collaborations
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Unique Access to Key Insights - Why join?

Network with your peers

Network with your peers

Future proof your processes & systems

Future proof your processes & systems

Compare and improve performance

Compare and improve performance

Drive the strategic value of Labeling

Drive the strategic value of Labeling

Become a labelnet member today

A prime network for Heads of Labeling of Top 29 life science companies to network, debate, benchmark performance, share and develop best practices across the full labeling lifecycle. Gain from insights from thought leadership to help shape future practices.

Insights and innovations in the labeling space

Digital patient-centric labeling – opportunities to accelerate

  • Understanding the complex global digital landscape - regulations, influencing groups, and key stakeholders
  • Identifying and sharing experiences with digital pilots
  • Mapping the patient journey – how digital labeling could enhance the patient experience
  • Most labelnet members expect to achieve their digital aspirations by 2025 - what is the digital roadmap and where will value be delivered

Target Labeling – the label as a driver for clinical development

  • Sharing insights into current target labeling processes and approaches – around a third of labelnet members start early label development at Phase I – what have they learnt?
  • What has been the impact and implications of target labeling
  • Identifying practical and measurable success measures – to show the value of labeling
  • Where next for target labeling?

Workforce & Talent - taking our labeling organizations to the next level

  • Developing an archetype labeling organization model
  • Optimizing the interactions and connections between global, regional and local
  • labelnet members cite sourcing and retaining skilled talent as a key operational challenge – how to address the talent scarcity question
  • Emerging roles and key capabilities for labeling – how to build the workforce of the future

Managing workload amid global Complexity

  • Workload pressures continue at both global and local levels – with key challenges coming from regulatory complexity and increasing numbers of labeling variations impacting capacity
  • Regulatory intelligence is creating further resource burden, especially at the local level where members need to align core documents with local HA requirements and deviations especially in complex emerging markets
  • Labeling involvement in HA inspections is now the norm with companies having at least 1 inspection per year

The drive for efficiency

  • Industry is looking at outsourcing, improving the End-to-End process and use of automation as levers to drive efficiency, amid static FTEs and increased workload
  • With static headcount and increasing expectations, companies deploy outsourcing to drive capacity – in 2019 88% of labelnet members outsourced at least 25% of their portfolio
  • The quest for excellence, quality, and compliance is driving for further efficiency – members are focusing on process optimization strategies and into technology to support labeling activities

Bridging the gap between global and local

Companies are strengthening collaboration and oversight with affiliates to build a global process and aligned workforce

Insights and innovations in the labeling space

Digital patient-centric labeling – opportunities to accelerate
  • Understanding the complex global digital landscape - regulations, influencing groups, and key stakeholders
  • Identifying and sharing experiences with digital pilots
  • Mapping the patient journey – how digital labeling could enhance the patient experience
  • Most labelnet members expect to achieve their digital aspirations by 2025 - what is the digital roadmap and where will value be delivered