The rise in global requirement for Natural products and Supplements has made companies to consider options of marketing their products out of the United States. But, the likelihood of getting existing or new products to upcoming markets brings along additional regulatory hurdles, business/cultural challenges and uncertainty. It is essential for organizations to know how to navigate these difficult paths effectively and to ensure compliance and give your products the best opportunity for long term success in the foreign markets.
This 90-minute webinar by expert speaker James Russell will provide a broad overview of areas to consider prior to bringing a Supplement or Natural Product to different global markets. The webinar will focus on a high level comparison of regulatory schemes, business practices and cultural differences in the US, Europe, Canada, Latin America, Japan, China, Southeast Asia and the Middle East and the applicability to the marketing of Supplements and Natural Products. James will discuss general considerations that may differ across these global markets such as terminology, in-country representation, product classification, ingredients, registration vs. notification requirements, labeling and claims.
The following topics will be addressed while highlighting similarities and differences that can exist across various global markets:
Global markets addressed during the webinar:
Who Should Attend
This course will be helpful to anyone who works in the Dietary Supplement or Natural Product industry including but not limited to:
Ask a question at the Q&A session following the live event and get advice unique to your situation, directly from our expert speaker.
- Casper E. Uldriks
Mr. Russell is the Director of Business Development and Regulatory Affairs for RJR Consulting Inc, a leading global regulatory consulting company servicing the Life Science and Consumer Products industries. Mr. Russell has 16 years of experience in the Life Science industry, with product experience encompassing Pharmaceuticals, Dietary Supplements and Medical Devices.