Xtalks Peer Circles
Solve Industry Issues Together
Virtually Connect with Peers in Your Field
Xtalks Peer Circles are a unique way to connect with your colleagues in the life sciences industry in a meaningful way. Peer Circles take the form of virtual meetings, allowing life sciences industry leaders to connect, collaborate and solve problems.
Peer Circles follow Chatham House rules in order to provide a safe space for discussion, meaning participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the participants may be revealed.
Work Collaboratively to Solve Problems
Peer Circle meetings begin with a short presentation from the meeting leader on a topic related to your area of specialization. This presentation will serve not just to answer questions, but to prompt questions for a group discussion.
You will work with your fellow Peer Circle members to discuss issues and solutions related to the presentation. You will also have the opportunity to bring your own issues and questions to the meeting, giving you access to leaders in your field to help you solve problems.
Regularly Meet for Insights From Fellow Experts
Peer Circles are held at regular intervals throughout the year. Each Peer Circle consists of a curated group of senior executives in the life sciences industry who share a common area of expertise.
As a member of a Peer Circle you will have the opportunity to meet with these industry leaders and to work collaboratively with them to solve problems. In effect, your Peer Circle will function as your own private think tank.
Current Peer Circles
Strategy & Portfolio Planning Peer Circle
Cultivate Your Own High-Level Community Welcome to the Strategy and Portfolio Planning Peer Circle by Xtalks. As a pharma professional working in product and portfolio...
Oncology Clinical Trials Peer Circle
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Rare Disease Clinical Trials Peer Circle
Why You Should Join: If the pandemic taught us anything, it’s that people crave and need relationships. These relationships help to support decision-making and help...
Suggest a Peer Circle
Suggest a Peer Circle
Do you work in an industry area not currently represented in our peer circles? Contact us to suggest a new peer circle focus area.