Build on your knowledge with convenient webinars

CRN is again teaming up with Natural Products INSIDER to present a series of webinars.


Registration now open

JUNE 13 | 2 – 4 pm Eastern

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The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is back in the news as a new administration in the U.S. flirts with renegotiation. This webinar will provide an overview of what dietary supplement and ingredient marketers need to know now about NAFTA, and will help them prepare for possible changes in the way they are required to do business with neighboring nations to the north and south. Participants will also hear perspectives from experts within the Canadian and Mexican dietary supplement and nutraceuticals markets. In addition, the webinar will include a whirlwind tour of top opportunities and top challenges in European markets, designed to give a quick overview and topline taste for those considering expanding even further.

Find out more and register via Natural Product INSIDER's website.

Contact Maya English with questions.


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Save these dates for upcoming CRN/INFORMA webinars:

International Insights: Inside NAFTA and Opportunities Overseas—June 13
(REGISTRATION OPENING SOON)

Adverse Event Reporting—November 14

Additional webinar TBA


Coming up with Skipta

Specially developed for pharmacists & nurse practitioners 

Introducing: The Supplement OWL Dietary Supplement Product Registry

Wednesday, May 31
1–2 pm Eastern
presented by CRN in collaboration with Skipta
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CRN and Skipta, the leading social network of specialized online medical communities for verified healthcare professionals, regularly partner to bring informative webinars about dietary supplements to pharmacists and nurse practitioners.

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