ChemPharma® Professional Association establishes alliances with other leadership organizations to expand professional and business growth and networking opportunities for our members.
Our alliances enable ChemPharma members to network with alliance organizations by attending each other’s open programs at member rates. Open programs include social and educational events, presentations, and workshops. We also encourage co-promotion of events.
Greater Philadelphia Senior Executive Group (GPSEG)
GPSEG is a regional non-profit professional association of senior-level executives, whose membership includes over 600 senior corporate executives (CEOs & direct reports to CEOs) with affiliations across all industries.
GPSEG’s purpose is to provide meaningful senior-level networking contacts to its members; support members in transition; share knowledge, best practices, and resources; educate members on topics of interest to their professional and career development; and develop cooperative programs with other professional organizations in the greater Philadelphia region.
The ChemPharma Professional Association and GPSEG share a common vision of “Networking for Life” and are committed to exchange of business contacts and ideas, in the spirit of fostering professional and personal growth.
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Commercial Development and Marketing Association (CDMA)
CDMA is a national organization formed as a result of a recognized need for a unified, international organization that strengthens the business professional’s ability to build and grow companies. CDMA is composed of more than 900 professional and business members representing over 400 small and large technology companies. Most members come from Fortune 500 companies, leading privately held businesses, start-up companies, research firms, consultants, and academic groups related to chemical, life sciences, and allied industries.
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Pharmaceutical Project Management Local Interest Group (BioPharmaPM)
BioPharmaPM is a network of local communities or Local Interest Group (LIGs) throughout the world. BioPharmaPM is dedicated to the sharing of project management best practices within the Pharmaceutical, Biotech, CRO and Medical Device industries, at a local and global level.
BioPharmaPM was first organized as PharmaLIG in San Francisco in January 2004 and has grown into an independent, non-profit, 100% volunteer based organization, which remains aligned with PMI (Project Management Institute) and PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge) principles. BioPharmaPM’s goal is to customize the application of project management best practices for our industries.
Membership in BioPharmaPM is open to all PMI and non-PMI members, as long as you have an interest in the discipline of project management and/or above-listed industries. Current chapters are located in Northern/Southern California, Colorado, Chicago, New Jersey, Singapore, and Australia.
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Chicago Section of the Institute of Food Technologists (CSIFT)
The Institute of Food Technologists (IFT), founded in 1939, is a unique umbrella organization that brings together the diverse disciplines involved in food technology. The Chicago Section of the IFT is the largest regional section of the organization, with over 1500 active members, representing all segments of the food industry including food technologists and scientists, engineers, R&D and quality control managers, sales & marketing executives, educators, and government regulators.
CSIFT shares ChemPharma Professional Association's vision of expanding personal and professional growth through networking, sharing expertise and industry insights, and continuing education programs.
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Chemical Marketing & Economics Group, a topical group of the American Chemical Society's New York Section (CM&E)
The Chemical Marketing & Economics Group helps its members by organizing group meetings to promote networking on the business, economic and technological developments in the chemical and related industries, including materials, energy, and life sciences.
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