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The organization of medical conferences and the development of medical education content – at first glance it seems like a truly unusual business concept, but a second look at SAN GmbH reveals a wealth of expertise and scientific knowledge that is channelled as best as possible in order to stage high-profile medical education to professionals.

“We are not just talking about a lecture by a doctor on a specific issue but we rather focus on highlevel education and networking, which has earned us the respect of top-level clients,” points out CEO Peter Kistler, who founded SAN in 1997.

The organization of medical conferences and the development of medical education content – at first glance it seems like a truly unusual business concept, but a second look at SAN GmbH reveals a wealth of expertise and scientific knowledge that is channelled as best as possible in order to stage high-profile medical education to professionals.

“We are not just talking about a lecture by a doctor on a specific issue but we rather focus on highlevel education and networking, which has earned us the respect of top-level clients,” points out CEO Peter Kistler, who founded SAN in 1997.

“This shows our flexible approach to medical education in different forms. The development of the content has top priority to us.” In its long years in the business, the company’s high-quality approach has been the key to success. “We have been a reliable partner to the medical world, striving to provide consistent quality throughout. Two of our key areas of expertise are oncology and haematology, which has also given us a competitive edge in the market,” stresses Mr. Kistler.

SAN aims to expand its offer in medical education by continuing innovation in our product portfolio, especially through the use of new communication channels. “The rapid pace of discovery in medical science, especially through molecular therapies and biologics, increases the need for continuous medical education. Anticipating key therapy trends and positioning the team accordingly will be a major challenge in the future,” adds Mr. Kistler. “We are ready to take up this challenge.”

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