Honouring outstanding achievements in the pharmaceutical industry
Benchmarking industry’s top performers
The Pf Awards honour outstanding achievements in the pharmaceutical industry.
Established in 2000, it is a trusted benchmark of pharma’s top performers. Always reflecting the evolution of the industry, the Pf Awards Steering Group review categories annually to ensure they are appropriate and relevant.
Candidates undertake a rigorous but rewarding independent assessment day designed to challenge them to ensure excellence from our candidates.
Independent judges comprising clinicians and ex-industry professionals uphold the highest standard of assessment.
The Pf Awards Ceremony brings everyone together for an evening of recognition and celebration.
Pf Awards are an integral brand within Pf Media, a leading media organisation that promotes pharmaceutical excellence. Pf Media supports pharma, life sciences and health with up-to-date pharma news, multimedia insight, opinion and events.
E4H is an engagement solutions agency for the evolution of pharma. As a full-service engagement solutions agency, E4H commercialise brands to engage customers through strategy, development, delivery, engagement, and reporting.
The E4H team has delivered the Pf Awards since 2007 and is proud to play its part in honouring pharmaceutical excellence.
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