It has been more than 14 years ago that  a group of Business and Licensing Executives gathered in Basel to found the Swiss Pharma Licensing Group on the 24th August 2001.


This group constituted the 1st Board who took it from there to work up a plan to define objectives, recruit members and set up the base for what is our Association today. Our association has always been open to the international healthcare and life sciences industries, to provide the richest possible environment for building strategic relationships, exchanging ideas, sharing experiences and networking for business development professionals.  To reflect our broad and inclusive healthcare and life science industry mission and membership, the members voted to change the name from “pharma” to “healthcare” and became the Swiss Healthcare Licensing Group at the General Assembly on January 29th, 2013.
Today, the Swiss HLG Board is proud of how the association has developed and how successful it is.

Swiss HLG currently has about 170 members (83% Swiss-based, others from Germany, France, Italy, Macedonia, Portugal, Spain, UK, Ireland, Netherlands, USA and South Korea).  We have delivered 27 industry conferences, have an excellent national and international reputation for quality and we offer great opportunities for networking, education, and business development.

To learn more please visit About us, Your board contacts and Our achievements.
Yours sincerely, the Swiss HLG Board


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HTML5 comes to our rescue with the footer element, allowing us to add semantically separate information about the quote.


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