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Annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium

Posted by fidest press agency su mercoledì, 12 dicembre 2018

Generon BioMed Holding Ltd. (Generon), announced today at the annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS), positive results from a placebo-controlled trial with F-627, a recombinant human Granulocyte Colony Stimulating Factor (rhG-CSF) protein, designed using Generon’s DikineTM technology platform.Led by Principle Investigator Dr. John Glaspy, Estelle, Abe and Marjorie Endowed Chair in Cancer Research at the Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center of UCLA, this global study of 122 woman with stage II-IV breast cancer receiving Myelotoxic chemotherapy demonstrates that subcutaneous administration of F-627 significantly reduced the duration of Grade 4 (severe) neutropenia in chemotherapy cycle 1 (P<0.0001); the mean treatment difference was 2.8 days (1.1 days vs. 3.9 days in the placebo arm). F-627 administration also resulted in lower incidence and shorter duration of Grade 4, Grade 3 and Grade 2 neutropenia. Other significant results included the finding that treatment with F-627 significantly reduced the incidence of febrile neutropenia (FN) (P<0.0016). The incidence of FN in the experimental arm was 4.8% and 28.2% in the placebo arm during cycle 1. Subjects in the experimental arm also had lower rates of antibiotic medication and pain medication use. In this study, F-627 was shown to be safe and well tolerated with no deaths, no injection site reactions and less gastrointestinal AEs (diarrhea, vomiting, stomatitis, and gastritis) than the placebo arm. During cycle 1 in the experimental arm, the five most common TEAEs (incidence rate >10%) were leukopenia, anemia, thrombocytopenia, nausea, and alopecia. Across all cycles, there were 17 SAEs from 15 subjects of which 15 were FN.A single subcutaneous injection of F-627 significantly reduced the duration and incidence of severe neutropenia and febrile neutropenia while maintaining an excellent safety profile in patients with breast cancer undergoing high-dose chemotherapy.

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21st Assembly and International Symposium of the Romualdo Del Bianco Foundation

Posted by fidest press agency su lunedì, 26 novembre 2018

Florence (Italy), on 1, 2, 3 March 2019 International Symposium “HERITAGE as a BUILDER of PEACE”, to be held during the 21st General Assembly of the Foundation’s Life Beyond Tourism Movement. The 2019 edition “HERITAGE as a BUILDER of PEACE” Symposium marks the following milestones:
The DISSEMINATION of the Foundation’s “Life Beyond Tourism Movement” into and out of the Foundation’s network, to actively contribute to see the World Heritage Sites as a great opportunity for letting people meet and promoting, thus, dialogue among cultures for the growth of the international Community in Peaceful Coexistence:
“At Heritage Sites – which work for peace – heritage acquires a soul, protecting and enhancing itself and educating visitors, residents and all the actors of the travelling chain to protect all the heritage and planet Earth”.
The PROMOTION of the Local Cultural Expressions – as artisans, local typical products makers, etc. – with the knowledge of their territory – as a great opportunity to make closer relations between visitors and local communities: an opportunity of starting a relationship of collaboration between these people on the way towards mutual understanding.
EXCHANGE and DEBATE on a PLATFORM between the International Community of academicians and practitioners in environment, heritage and travel with the representatives of the local cultural expressions and intangibilities.
The LAUNCH of an APPEAL “Building Peace through Heritage” for a new way to look at Heritage Sites as a training ground for dialogue among various cultures.

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Symposium présentant le premier robot de préparation de médicaments au monde avec un dispositif de transfert en système clos

Posted by fidest press agency su giovedì, 5 aprile 2018

New York, /PRNewswire/ L’ISOPP 2018 aura lieu à Shanghai, en Chine, au Kerry Hotel Pudong, du 11 au 13 avril 2018. Le symposium d’Equashield se tiendra de 12h30 à 14h le mercredi 11 avril. Son symposium satellite lors de l’ISOPP 2018 se concentrant sur la robotique pour les médicaments cytotoxiques comprendra des experts de premier plan et une présentation en réalité augmentée du robot de préparation de médicaments dangereux Equashield Pro Equashield (, fournisseur de premier plan dans le domaine des dispositifs de transfert en système clos (CSTD) pour médicaments dangereux, a annoncé aujourd’hui que la société dirigera un symposium examinant l’utilisation de la robotique dans la manipulation de médicaments cytotoxiques à l’occasion de l’International Symposium on Oncology Pharmacy Practice (ISOPP).
Ce symposium présentera Equashield Pro, le premier robot de préparation de médicaments utilisant la technologie exclusive CSTD d’Equashield. Il abordera également le rôle qu’Equashield Pro va jouer en augmentant la production de médicaments dans les pharmacies, tout en assurant la sécurité des pharmaciens.Le symposium comprendra des présentations d’experts du secteur de premier plan :
Yaakov Cass, pharmacien de district émérite pour le ministère de la Santé israélien, sur le thème La robotique pour les médicaments cytotoxiques : la dernière frontière.
Le Dr Salim Hadad, directeur du département des services pharmaceutiques au Centre médical Rambam, sur le thème Quel rôle peut jouer Equashield dans le maintien de la sécurité des pharmaciens.
Le symposium d’Equashield inclura également une démonstration réalité augmentée du robot Equashield.Employant des technologies robotiques avancées, Equashield Pro permet la préparation rapide d’une variété de doses de chimiothérapie spécifiques au patient grâce à une méthode qui raccourcit le flux du processus tout en réalisant plusieurs tâches simultanées. Comparable en taille à une enceinte de sécurité biologique standard, il s’intègre facilement dans les pharmacies hospitalières, tandis que le logiciel de vérification des doses protège contre les cas d’erreurs d’identification et de dosage de médicaments.

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Empire Medical Training to Participate in 2018 South Beach Symposium

Posted by fidest press agency su mercoledì, 21 febbraio 2018

Loews Miami Beach Hotel, March 1 – 4, 2018.Empire Medical Training, Inc., the premiere full-time physician-led nationwide provider of accredited continuing medical education and training workshops for physicians and healthcare professionals, today announced that the company will present an exclusive Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Aesthetics and Hair Restoration Workshop by Empire’s faculty member Dr. Luis Soro at the 2018 South Beach Symposium (SBS).
Award-winning dermatologist Dr. Luis Soro will lead Empire’s 3-Hour Platelet Rich Plasma Demonstration Certification Workshop for Aesthetics and Hair Restoration. This exclusive course developed just for SBS attendees includes a live patient PPR Hair Restoration demonstration.
Dr. Soro, a Miami native, is a Board Certified Dermatologist and Dermatologic Surgeon, He has an earned an international celebrity reputation and patient following. He is affiliated with Ft. Lauderdale’s SHINO BAY Cosmetic Dermatology, Plastic Surgery and Laser Institute, the destination of choice for clients seeking a practice offering the most advanced technologies available anywhere.Empire’s President and Medical Director Stephen Cosentino, DO, says, “This exclusive for SBS attendees only workshop provides participants with a condensed, yet comprehensive overview of PRP for Aesthetics and Hair Restoration.”Adds Dr. Cosentino, “We are honored to participate in the 2018 South Beach Symposium that offers the latest world-class, on trend education for the newest therapies, technologies and procedures in medical and cosmetic dermatology and aesthetic medicine.”
The South Beach Symposium is an annual four-day event that gathers medical professionals to deliver educational content on the newest therapies, technologies, procedures and practice guidelines for physicians and practitioners in the dermatology and aesthetic medicine fields. For more information, please visit the

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3rd Annual Iranian Aviation Symposium

Posted by fidest press agency su mercoledì, 14 febbraio 2018

Tehran, Iran – April 22nd-23rd, 2018 Following the success of the previous events in Tehran, the 3rd Annual Iranian Aviation Symposium will explore the latest developments in Iran’s aviation sector. This event will provide the platform for high level debate, exchange of ideas and information as well as unparalleled networking opportunities for aviation executives from around the world.Investment and business opportunities in Iran present a challenge for the industry. This major event will explore the latest developments in the aviation sector of this country and new business opportunities and challenges for operators and manufacturers. It is a unique opportunity for all participants to debate the future of aviation, discuss different business models, enhance their knowledge about the Iranian market, learn about regional infrastructure developments, and network with leading experts.The 3rd Annual Symposium will also provide a unique networking opportunity for aircraft operators and manufacturers, registries, banks, airports, law firms, financial analysts, leasing and finance companies and any aviation professional with an interest in the development of the aviation sector in Iran.

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Symposium on Global Sustainability

Posted by fidest press agency su domenica, 17 settembre 2017

symposiumRoma Martedì 19 settembre p.v., alle ore 9.15 presso l’Accademia d’Ungheria in Roma si terrà il Simposio sulla sostenibilità globale (Symposium on Global Sustainability), organizzato dall’Università Cattolica Péter Pázmány e dal suo gruppo di lavoro CPSES (Centro per l’Ingegneria dei Sistemi di Processo e la Sostenibilità).Nel corso del Simposio – che si svolgerà in lingua inglese – verrà illustrato il progetto avviato dall’Agenzia per la protezione dell’ambiente degli Stati Uniti (US EPA) nel 2005 e continuato tra il 2010 ed il 2015 sotto la supervisione congiunta del Dr. Urmila Diwekar, Istituto di Ricerca Vishwamitra di Chicago e del professor Heriberto Cabezas (Centro per l’Ingegneria dei Sistemi di Processo e la Sostenibilità (CPSES) dell’Università Cattolica Péter Pázmány.Si tratta di una rappresentazione matematica delle principali dinamiche del Mondo, ispirata al modello “Limits to Growth” di Meadows, D. H., Meadows, D. L., Randers, J., & Behrens, W. W. (1972 ). Il modello matematico comprende l’ecosistema, la popolazione umana, l’industria, la generazione di energia, la macroeconomia e i rudimenti di un sistema giuridico con proprietà privata, fiscalità e regolamentazione. Relatori:
Fr. Anzelm Szuromi, Rettore dell’Università Cattolica Péter Pázmány
S.Em.a Card. Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson, Dicastero per il Servizio Integrale per lo Sviluppo
Urmila Diwekar, Presidente e fondatore del Vishwamitra Research Institute
Heriberto Cabezas, Professore presso l’Università Cattolica Péter Pázmány
Diogo Bolster, Professore dell’Università di Notre Dame
Alex Mayer, Professore della Michigan Technological University
Ferenc Friedler, Professore presso l’Università Cattolica Péter Pázmány (foto: Symposium)

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Offshore Energy 2016

Posted by fidest press agency su sabato, 28 maggio 2016

amsterdamAmsterdam 25 & 26 October 2015 the Netherlands (Halls 8,9,10 & 11). the Offshore WIND Conference which will be held in October as part of Offshore Energy. The chairman of the Offshore WIND Conference 2016 is Stephen Bolton, operations director, Bibby Marine Services. Next to the offshore WIND Conference, the Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) Symposium will be organized on 26 October as well as the Marine Energy Event, in cooperation with EWA, on the same day, further strengthening the ties between oil and gas and the renewable industries.
Offshore Energy is an annual event focused on the complete offshore energy industry. It covers both the exploration and production of the conventional energy resources oil & gas as well as the expanding renewable part of the energy mix such as offshore wind and marine renewable energy. Renewables play an important role during OEEC 2016, which is why it is the ideal place to find out where the future of energy is heading.
Next to the exhibition that covers 4 massive halls at Amsterdam RAI, totaling an area of approximately 26,000 m², more than 80 speakers representing some of the biggest players in the offshore energy industry will feature at the conference. The conference presents an extensive three day conference program consisting of keynotes, technical sessions, master classes, meetings of industry organizations, the Marine Energy Event and the Offshore WIND Conference.A fascinating mix of leaders from the business, buyers, investors, engineers and other interested parties within the offshore energy sector will get the opportunity to meet each other at OEEC and it is precisely this balance between supply and demand which is bringing more and more interested people to our expanding OEEC in Amsterdam every year.The current oil prices and the rise of the renewables have led us to believe 2016 will see the industry ‘Entering a new area’, which has also been chosen as theme for OEEC 2016. The theme will also be reflected in the extensive three day conference program where subjects such as subsea processing & infrastructure, decommissioning, knowledge management, asset integrity, Iran, LNG and optimizing value by building alliances across the E&P chain will be presented and discussed.
One of the exciting new developments this year will be the attendance of Iranian companies who will present themselves at the Iran pavilion during the entire event. OEEC 2016 together with CBC Oil & Gas have tailored activities for Iranian companies to meet the international energy industry at their national pavilion and during a dedicated technical session on Iran, where the developments in the Iranian oil industry will be discussed.

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10th Regional Seapower Symposium

Posted by fidest press agency su lunedì, 19 ottobre 2015

veneziaVenezia Dal 21 al 23 ottobre 2015 la Marina Militare ospiterà nella rinnovata Sala Squadratori dell’Arsenale di Venezia il 10th Regional Seapower Symposium, Forum Marittimo internazionale al quale parteciperanno circa 50 Capi delle Marine Militari del Mediterraneo, del Mar Nero e di altre Marine oltre a molteplici organizzazioni internazionali che hanno ruoli rilevanti nello stesso ambito.Il Simposio – evento biennale giunto alla sua decima edizione – si concentra sulla Sicurezza dei Mari nell’area del “Mediterraneo Allargato” per fornire risposte adeguate alle nuove sfide che, originate o provenienti dal mare, portano i loro effetti sulla sicurezza e sul benessere di tutti.Dialogo e cooperazione sono la chiave per sviluppare la necessaria fiducia reciproca tra le diverse nazioni che cooperano, grazie alle loro Marine, nelle comuni strategie di sicurezza per affrontare il terrorismo internazionale, la pirateria, l’immigrazione illegale ed l’inquinamento dell’ambiente marino.Per la prima volta, il Simposio si terrà nella Sala Squadratori “Tezon dei Squadradori del 1778”, luogo di grande valore storico e simbolico per la marineria veneziana, oggetto di un profondo e accurato lavoro di restauro da parte della Marina, in stretta collaborazione con la “Soprintendenza Belle Arti e Paesaggio per Venezia e Laguna”, che ha riportato a rinnovato splendore la più grande sala d’europa senza colonne, nel pieno rispetto della struttura originale e dei vincoli architettonici.

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Symposium reframes dialogue on secular society, religion, and the common good

Posted by fidest press agency su lunedì, 6 aprile 2015

bahai community canadaVANCOUVER — Leading Canadian scholars, public servants, and civil society actors gathered here for a symposium at the University of British Columbia from 22 to 24 March to explore the meaning of building a “whole society” and the constructive role of religion in the secular, public sphere. Organized by a national committee representing a cross-section of civil society organizations in Canada, including the Public Affairs Office of the Canadian Baha’i Community, the conference, titled “Our Whole Society: Bridging the Religious-Secular Divide”, involved some 140 participants. Speakers included: Andrew Bennett, Canada’s Ambassador for Religious Freedom; Marie Wilson, a commissioner with Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission; Doug White, Director of the Centre for Pre-Confederation Treaties and Reconciliation at the University of Vancouver Island; and Gerald Filson, Director of Public Affairs of the Baha’i Community of Canada and Chair of the Canadian Interfaith Conversation, among others.A panel discussion at “Our Whole Society: Bridging the Religious-Secular Divide” conference, held 22-24 March 2015 at the University of British Colombia in… »
Dr. Filson gave the following perspective on the insights gleaned from the conference: “Many spoke about the importance of giving greater space in society to the positive influence which the concepts and principles of religious thinking can provide, that freedom to believe is a necessary condition in secular societies even as we safeguard the gains in social harmony and the richness of culture which pluralism brings to modern societies.””In the final analysis it is the love and fellowship and an attitude that others matter to each of us which will create the foundations of a society in which all members of the human family will be able to participate in the discourses that shape society,” continued Dr. Filson.This year’s conference followed a similar event held in May 2013 at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. Geoffrey Cameron, Principal Researcher for the Baha’i Community of Canada, and member of the conference’s steering committee explained: “We began this initiative about four years ago, when a small group of people came together out of a shared concern to articulate more clearly the positive role of religion in Canada’s public discourse.” “We held one conference and continued working with each other and a network of others,” continued Mr. Cameron. He elaborated that their dialogue sought to generate greater understanding about how society could “reconcile religion, secularism and the common good”.The conference featured plenary sessions addressing several overarching themes: the proper role of religion in the public sphere; the merits and limits of secularism; the process of reconciliation between diverse peoples; how to define the common good in the context of religious pluralism; the scope and limits of religious freedom; and the role of youth in society.Interspersed between these presentations were workshops where practitioners shared insights from experience.”We need to move beyond the binary of religious versus secular, public versus private, faith versus reason, and concentrate instead on working together for the good of our whole society,” stated the Reverend Karen Hamilton, the General Secretary of the Canadian Council of Churches, in the opening presentation.Discussions on occasion explored the tension in secular societies between two aspects of religion’s place in public life: on the one hand, secularism provides an approach to governance that includes basic rights to religious liberty for the individual; on the other, when taken too far, it can restrict the role of religious perspectives in public discourse.Professor Paul Bramadat, one of Canada’s leading scholars of religion, cautioned, “it is important to keep religious tools and concepts alive in public discourse and not lose their meaning through secular ‘translation’.”However, Alia Hogben, director of the Canadian Council of Muslim Women, made the case that society needs criteria to assess the role of religion in public life: “Does this religion contribute to the common good? Does it serve the well-being of all? If so, then it should be admitted into public discourse” she said.Professor John Stackhouse, a theologian at Regent College, posited that the diversity of religions in Canada requires every religion to re-examine its teachings in order to “excavate the grounds on which to live with others who are different”.Prof Stackhouse also highlighted the importance of religion’s place in the web of social institutions.”Part of building a whole society,” he said, “is investing in ‘intermediate organizations’ between the individual and the state – such as religious groups and civil society.” Religions, he explained, face pressures in the secular world because they present obstacles to consumerism.One of the highlights of the event was a session with Dr. Andrew Bennett, Canada’s Ambassador for Religious Freedom. Bennett described the relationship between the defence of religious freedom and the promotion of human dignity, which are essential to define a common life together.”It is important for institutions in society to have the competence to engage with diverse religions,” he said. “Religious literacy informs peoples’ actions in society, and it is through open conversations with each other that we improve this literacy.”The conference also looked at the role that young people play in constructive social transformation. Speaking during a workshop on youth and the spirit of social change, Christine Boyle, Director of the NGO Spirited Social Change, noted that “many social movements led by youth reflect a spiritual longing to create a better world through selfless service.”Another speaker, Eric Farr from the Baha’i community, echoed these thoughts, stating that “many youth aspire for a vision of spiritual change – that is, a vision of a more unified and just society…We need to trust in the capacity of all and the longing of all to contribute to the well-being of the whole.”The closing address of the conference was given by Doug White, in a session titled “Recognizing our oneness: Reconciliation as the challenge of our time”. Addressing this theme, Mr. White, a former Chief of Snuneymuxw First Nation, said that dialogue would need to move beyond many of the adversarial relationships which currently characterize Canadian society.”Pitting yourselves against each other is not a pathway to reconciliation” he said. “We need an active and full discourse about the social change necessary to realize reconciliation in society. This can come either from great suffering or reaching out and seeking understanding between different people in society.””[Reconciliation] demands a new mindset and orientation to ourselves, each other and with those around us. This is a spiritual, moral, and ethical challenge…”Reflecting on the event, Mr. Cameron said, “We were very pleased with the quality of conversation at the conference, and the genuine excitement expressed at the ideas shared by other participants.”He explained that the conference is part of an ongoing “process of collective inquiry”.”It is collective because it is growing and expanding to include more people. And it is an inquiry because we are motivated and unified by the questions we ask, not the presumption that we have the correct answers.”

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Concluso l’Italy Symposium USA 2011 Puglia

Posted by fidest press agency su mercoledì, 23 novembre 2011

Trulli di Alberobello, Italy

Numeri ed esiti dell’educational tour per operatori turistici statunitensi, organizzato dall’Assessorato al Turismo della Regione Puglia e dalla Camera di Commercio di BariCala il sipario sull’Italy Symposium USA 2011, l’educational tour dedicato al mercato turistico americano, realizzato dal 14 al 19 novembre dall’ Assessorato al Turismo della Regione Puglia e dalla Camera di Commercio di Bari in collaborazione con ENIT Nord America e ITPC (Italian Travel Promotion Council), l’associazione cui aderiscono i più importanti tour operator degli Stati Uniti.Il territorio regionale ha ospitato per una settimana 250 operatori del turismo statunitensi tra stampa, tour operator e agenzie viaggi. In un fitto calendario di eventi in si sono intrecciati business, cultura e turismo: due convegni per la presentazione del territorio e dell’offerta turistica regionale (Symposium part I and II); più di 500 incontri business to business fra operatori pugliesi e americani; un tour di sei giorni per la Puglia, con tappe a Bari, Trani, Monte Sant’Angelo, Alberobello, Martina Franca, Ostuni, Lecce; la collaborazione con i migliori professionisti pugliesi dell’enogastronomia, della ricettività, della ristorazione; uno show finale di balli popolari pugliesi e musica lirica ospitato dal salone dei servizi della Camera di Commercio.Soddisfazione anche da parte della Camera di Commercio di Bari: “Siamo stati l’unico caso italiano di un ente camerale – sostiene il presidente Alessandro Ambrosi – che abbia cooperato con la Regione per l’organizzazione di un Symposium e ne sono felice. Sono anche convinto che questa iniziativa saprà generare concrete occasioni d’affari per i nostri alberghi, i nostri ristoratori e la nostra ricettività in genere. Lo dimostra il successo degli incontri B2B tenutisi nel Salone della Camera di Commercio il pomeriggio del 14 novembre: quasi cinque ore di lavori, con più di 100 aziende pugliesi che si sono incontrate con 36 tour operator americani. Mi pare che una vetrina del genere capiti molto raramente per un territorio e per la sua offerta turistica. Questo format vincente vedremo di applicarlo nuovamente ad altri mercati cui rivolgere il nostro prodotto turistico”.

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London Business School

Posted by fidest press agency su giovedì, 24 febbraio 2011

London This morning, the growth partnership company, Frost & Sullivan announced two prestigious supporters of GIL Global, the organization’s flagship community which provides senior executives access to tools, strategies and best practices to assist them in drive Growth, Innovation and Leadership. This year’s congress, GIL 2011: Europe – The Global Community of Growth, Innovation and Leadership, which will be held at Emirates Stadium 17-18 May 2011, will integrate a newly formed Corporate Venturing Symposium in co-operation with London Business School and media resource Global Corporate Venturing, the community’s strategic partners. In its third consecutive year, GIL 2011 will see many of its members – the CEOs and their management teams – joining some of today’s most renowned visionaries, innovators and leaders to share, engage and inspire one another across a multitude of strategic and best practice disciplines.GIL 2011: Europe will kick off on 17th May with a keynote address from Frost & Sullivan’s Chairman David Frigstad who will present the Six Platforms of GIL (Growth, Innovation and Leadership), a methodology that empowers companies to develop a solid visionary perspective for the future of their industry. Through this new understanding, organizations will be able to effectively reposition themselves for success and accelerate growth well above average industry growth rates This year’s programme will also present an in depth look at top mega trends which are driving rapid change in today’s markets as well as present various scenarios which will transform society, markets, business and cultures by the year 2020.Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Partnership Company, enables clients to accelerate growth and achieve best-in-class positions in growth, innovation and leadership. The company’s Growth Partnership Service provides the CEO and the CEO’s Growth Team with disciplined research and best-practice models to drive the generation, evaluation, and implementation of powerful growth strategies. Frost & Sullivan leverages 50 years of experience in partnering with Global 1000 companies, emerging businesses and the investment community from more than 40 offices on six continents. To join our Growth Partnership, please visit

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