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The annual LORENZ user conference is one of the most educational events in e-regulatory affairs globally,
bringing together both industry and agency perspectives in one gathering.
LORENZ userBridge is more than just a forum for customers to learn where LORENZ is heading. The conference has become an annual occasion for anyone interested in the digitization of regulatory affairs.
Whether the topic is new regulatory guidelines, pitfalls with change management or the view from regulatory agencies, userBridge is synonymous with education and information exchange on the highest level. The event also offers an ideal setting for doing business. LORENZ partners can make contacts in a relaxed atmosphere, enjoying ample time to discuss skill sets and key success factors.
Previous conferences held at: Frankfurt/Main, Germany (2003) | Munich, Germany (2004) | Vienna, Austria (2005) | Berlin, Germany (2006) | Nice, France (2007) | Lisbon, Portugal (2008) | Warsaw, Poland (2009) | Frankfurt/Main, Germany (2010) | Turin, Italy (2011) | Dublin, Ireland (2012) | Budapest, Hungary (2013) | Milano, Italy (2014) | Vienna, Austria (2015) | Hamburg, Germany (2016)
Upcoming event: LORENZ userBridge.17 | 19 Sep 2017
19 Sep 2017
21 Sep 2017
B4 Plaza Nice
Avenue de Verdun 12
How to arrive
Who should attend:
Professionals in the fields of:
- Regulatory Affairs
- Data Management
- IT/IS EDMSv
- Medical Writing
- Dossier Management
- ePublishing & Submissions
Book your room soon!
We've reserved a block of rooms with a preferential
LORENZ rate until 19th June 2017.
Regulatory Affairs is a
complex and challenging sector. At userBridge, you’ll encounter a wide variety of topics and perspectives from industry, authorities
Meet to Talk
Meet anyone you like from
LORENZ for a spontaneous one-to-one chat right on the spot. You’ll find our President, the Head of Development and
the Support Team on hand for a private conversation, with no need to book ahead.
Every userBridge conference
offers a series of small group discussions around a single issue and a single table. This is your chance to ask questions,
get answers and to understand how others have solved issues themselves.