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Media Planner 2019

Supporting Organisations


The Mighty Animal Health Industry

Our contribution to the Industry

The significant biochemical and metabolic differences between humans, dogs & cats – and indeed, between all mammalian species, makes the design of medicines and food for use in animals a challenging endeavour. And veterinary drug development & fodder is further complicated for animals that are to enter the human food chain. Concerns about the environmental consequences of field run-off must also be taken into account in developing drugs that are to be administered to large numbers of farm animals.

In order to achieve this objective, it is essential for the executives of this dynamic industry to constantly keep themselves educated in the latest technology, market information, regulatory and validatory guidelines to gain a competitive edge.

Human safety is also a concern in developing medicines & food for pets (or “companion animals”). Drugs must often be administered by untrained pet owners in their homes where they may accidentally be consumed by young children. Further difficulties arise from the need to formulate compounds that are palatable to animals, and to devise delivery mechanisms that will work even for animals that may be highly stressed.

Peer reviewed by our carefully selected editorial advisory panel, and extensive research network, IAHJ – Looks into the Regulations & Validation, Drug Discovery, Development & Delivery, Clinical Research, Nutrition & Infectious Diseases, Custom & Contract Manufacturing, Primary & Secondary Packaging, Logistics & Supply Chain Management, and Marketing & Authorisation of all Drugs, Devices and Food Products that are used in the treatment of animals.

Readership of IAHJ by Industry Sector Veterinarians 18%

Each species needs a range of medicinal & food products that are different in terms of both molecules and formulations. For all these reasons, veterinary drug development & animal food production offers challenges that are at least as difficult as those in the development of human drugs & food. Medicines and food produced for animal health are essential in supporting vets and livestock farmers to provide a safe, wholesome supply of meat and dairy food, and in supporting veterinarians to help companion animals live longer and healthier lives.

Why Choose IAHJ

Pharmaceutical 38% Device Companies 10%

Food & Feed 34%

Influential Decision Makers Not Involved 9%

Key Facts about IPI 91% of IAHJ readers are involved in the decision of purchasing products & services for their Company.

Groups 18%

89% of advertisers have repeated advertisements in IAHJ every year. 82% of IPI subscribers read or look through the journal within one week of receiving their copy. 81% of advertisers have advertised in every consecutive year.

Influencers 10%

Primary 63%


Message from the Board International Animal Health Journal (IAHJ) is the journal that the animal health industry has been missing: a comprehensive guidebook, packed with both practical and scholarly information. Medical, veterinary, technical and professional knowledge, accurate, clear and objective, crucial to keeping animal’s healthy and animal-derived food safe. This journal is dedicated to pharmaceutical professionals, medical device manufacturers and animal feed producers as well as public health officials. One comprehensive publication looks into the entire outsourcing management of the Animal Health Industry. We aim to create a communication platform, which will educate producers on the best practice guidelines and the latest technological advancement surrounding animal medicines, animals in the food chain, animal physiology, animal diseases and treatment options. (The field of veterinary medicine, for instance, is focusing more and more on prevention rather than cure) The animal health industry is considered today to be more regulated than at any time in its history, veterinary product manufacturers often face higher hurdles than human medical manufacturers.

Kevin Woodward Managing Director KNW Animal Health Consulting

But the truth is, more often than not, the challenges facing animal health overlap with those of public health and the environment, particularly concerning the use of xenobiotics and the development of antibiotic resistance. And even though economic scales between animal and human health cannot be compared, the economic issues involved in animal health represent strategic challenges as never before.

Distinguished Editorial Advisory Board Fereshteh Barei Health Economist & Strategy Advisor, Founder of BioNowin SantĂŠ Avenue Association Carel du Marchie Sarvaas Executive Director, HealthforAnimals Kimberly H. Chappell Senior Research Scientist & Companion Animal Product Development, Elanco Animal Health Dr. Sam Al-Murrani CEO at Babylon Bioconsulting & Managing Director at Bimini LLC Sven Buckingham Buckingham QA Consultancy Ltd. Dan Peizer Director, Animal Health at Catalent Pharma Solutions Jean Szkotnicki President of the Canadian Animal Health Institute (CAHI) Dr Norbert Mencke Bayer Animal Health GmbH, VP Global Communications & Public Affairs Dawn Howard Chief Executive of the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) Dr Raymond Albert Huml Head of Global Biosimilars Strategic Planning and Drug Development, Quintiles Biosimilars


Circulation & Readership In Print

In Digital

IAHJ is a globally distributed publication. Each quarterly issue has a print distribution of 17,200 copies, and a digital distribution figure of 10,430 providing a strong access to the International Market. IAHJ is sent directly to key decision makers in the Pharmaceutical, Veterinary Device & Animal Feed industry by name and job title.

IAHJ Weekly eNewsletter is sent to 10,430 professionals working for the leading pharmaceutical companies, and midsized bio technology companies. Keep abreast of the latest business news, product news, technical white papers, events and links to highlighted articles from the latest issue of IAHJ.

Industry Breakdown 18% 12% 12% 10% 10% 10% 7% 7% 5% 5% 4%

Industry Breakdown

Pharmaceutical & Bio-Pharmaceutical Food & Feed manufacturers Veterinarian Practices Device manufacturers Contract Research Organisations Contract Manufacturing Companies Contract Packers API / Fine Chemical Companies Analytical / Biochemical Labs Governmental Institutions Financial Institutions

30% 19% 12% 10% 10% 9%

Pharma / Biotech Food & Feed Manufacturers Device Manufacturers Veterinarians Financial Organisations & Investors Government & Academia

Recipients By Job Functions

Readership By Job Function 12% 12% 9% 9% 8% 8% 8% 7% 7% 5% 5% 5% 5%

Heads of Research & Development Heads of Manufacturing & Production Food Technologists / Feed Integrators Heads of Operations Heads of Formulation Development Heads of Regulatory Affairs Veterinarians Heads of Procurement CEO / CMO / CSO Feed Mill Managers Heads of Clinical Trials Safety Quality & Efficacy Managers Logistics & Supply Managers

16% 15% 15% 10% 9% 8% 6% 7% 5% 4% 3% 2%

Veterinarians R & D / Project Management Medical Directors & Medical Affairs Heads of Lifesciences Regulatory Affairs Heads of Manufacturing & Packaging Logistics & Supply Chain Managers Heads of Food and Feed Manufacturing IT & Data Managers / Biostatistics Laboratory Managers Clinical Trials managers Procurement Officers Print: Digital:

Geographical Distribution USA Print: Digital:

5,442 4,302

Print: Digital: ROW Print: Digital:

1,387 1,222

EUROPE 7,635 3,302

ASIA 2,736 1,604


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E Blast & E Newsletter Campaign IAHJ holds a secured database of over 10,430 professionals working for the leading animal health industries worldwide, who have given their consent to receive a Weekly Electronic Newsletter and any 3rd part relevant supplier information. IAHJ provides a direct communication link to these high net worth individuals through its Electronic Campaign Platforms.

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ipimediaworld.com is an online portal providing readers with peer reviewed articles from industry experts, news bulletins, company directory and technical white papers. Website visitors are also able to access the entire archive of IPI articles. The location report from Google analytics (2017/2018 ) reveals that over 88% of visits came from Europe, America, Asia and Middle East. The leading countries are United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Norway, Switzerland, Italy, China, India, UAE, Saudi Arabia and Australia.

Total amount of Impressions in 2018

13022470 Total amount of clicks in 2018:

800810

White Papers animalhealthmedia.com presents technical white papers, highlighting each contributing organisation's expertise and knowledge within its fields. White papers appear on the site in an accessible, searchable archive, which can be easily viewed and downloaded by readers.

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2530545 Total amount of unique clicks in 2018:

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Digital Journal and eNewsletter The digital magazine edition of IAHJ is a fully interactive, page turning version of the print magazine. The e-Journal is emailed to a growing list of digital subscribers in a regular newsletter, expanding IPI's print circulation to a broad international readership.

Company Capabilities animalhealthmedia's online company profile listings provides a guide for readers wishing to find out more about service providers. The company listings features company contact information, along with 800 word description, company logo and website links.


IAHJ - Editorial Calendar 2019 International Animal Health Journal (IAHJ) is the only Peer Reviewed Journal, looking into the entire outsourcing management of the Veterinary Drug, Veterinary Devices & Animal Food Development Industry. IAHJ – Looks into the Regulations and Validation, Drug Discovery, Development and Delivery, Clinical Research, Custom & Contract Manufacturing, Primary and Secondary Packaging, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, and Marketing & Authorisation of all Drugs, Devices and Food Products that are used in the treatment of animals. This Editorial Calendar is a Guideline only. It is subject to change according to the movements in the industry. If you are interested in featuring a specific article within IPI, please email your suggestion along with a short 100 word synopsis to the editor at: editorial@iahjmedia.com

Editorial Sections include but are not limited to: REGULATORY

MANUFACTURING

PACKAGING

Laws Licensing & Authorisation Market Entry Veterinarian Regulatory Issue

API / Fine Chemicals Dosage Form Devices Food & Feed

Primary Secondary

RESEARCH (Pets & Livestock )

CLINICAL STUDIES

IT & LOGISTICS

Veterinary Medicines Vaccines Food Security Infectious Diseases

Animal Bioscience Vaccine Technology Drug delivery Microbiome

Data Collection Sample Management Temperature Controlled Supply Chain Security

FOOD ANIMALS: Bovine, Porcine, Poultry, Sheep & Goats, Aquaculture, Minor Species COMPANION ANIMALS: Canine, Feline, Birds, Equine, Minor Species PRODUCTS: Antiparasitics, Pharmaceuticals, Food & Feed, Feed Additives, Equipments & Devices

Market EntryProtocol Peer Review Criteria for Publication Provides strong evidence for its conclusions. • Novel • Unbiased • Non Promotional. Of extreme importance to stakeholders in the Animal Health Industry. In general, to be acceptable, a paper should represent an advance in understanding likely to influence thinking in the field. There should be a good and clear reason why the work deserves the visibility of publication in a Pharma Publications journal rather than a different journal.

Author Guidelines A typical article will be about 2000 - 2500 words. You can include from 4 - 5 images, graphs or graphics with the article. The article must be sent to us in a Word Document format, and all associate images should be supplied separately in a High Resolution (PDF, Jpeg, PNG) file. [300 dpi minimum]. Article Title: Should not be more that 10 words in length. Author Bios: Author Bios should not be more that 60 words in length. Please also supply us with Author Email. Author Picture(s): Please send Author(s) Headshots in High Resolution (300dpi minimum), (Jpeg, PDF format) Please visit our website @ animalhealthmedia.com, or request from our editorial team the entire Peer Review Protocol, and the Author Guidelines.


Volume 6 Issue 1 Editorial Submission Deadline: Regulatory & Market Regulatory changes promoting generics and distribution channels shifts Policies related to patent protection and IP Regulations for testing and drug approval

Issue Date: 25th February 2019 10th January 2019 Logistics Integrated management of animal health `Customised` livestock systems Vector monitoring, remote e-monitoring, vector management

The harmonisation of regulatory standards worldwide

The development of precision farming and remote biomonitoring of animal health

Consolidation, mergers and acquisitions – the survival of the fittest

Data analytics for livestock

Pharmacovigilance services for vets

Research & Development Developments that have led to improvements in the prevention and treatment of flea and tick infestation, Lyme disease, rabies, diabetes, feline leukaemia and cancers Supplements and OTC products for animal health – evidencebased complementary and alternative medicines Plant-based vaccines The challenge of vector-borne emerging diseases# Genetic bar coding

Livestock Livestock: the push for alternative proteins Identification and testing of genetic markers in livestock for disease resistance Main drivers for the livestock sector Food for feed: animal sector competition for crops Managing disease outbreaks: flock eradication, herd culling Biopharming and the food system The immuno-castration

Anti-microbial usage, animal welfare and impact on health

Manufacturing & Packaging

Companion Animals

The use of all-in-all-out multi-site production systems in the swine industry

Natural pet products

Trends in organic food and other production systems

Advanced pet surgical procedures

GMP and market control

Digital devices and specialist pet services

Labels and flexible packaging

Wearable and Health monitors

The rise of pet insurance

Market Entry

Supplements

Containment processing Vaccines

Watch Pages

Sterile liquids Medicated feed additives Aquatic toxin product handling Quality and Safety Standards

The global animal health market – market drivers Improving the global food chain Trends, Challenges and Opportunities One Health – the increase in public-private partnerships

Clinical Studies Clinical studies services: study design, case report form preparation, report and protocol writing Metabolism Pharmacokinetics Bioequivalence Comparative oncology

Responding to the shift towards the elimination or reduction of antibiotic use in livestock The new market for alternative proteins The Big Data Revolution in Animal Health Brexit and the Animal Health Industry Global Biosecurity issues


Volume 6 Issue 2 Editorial Submission Deadline: Regulatory & Market

Issue Date: 25th May 2019 10th April 2019 Logistics

Regulations on the use of antibiotics – antibiotic resistance

Validation of diagnostic tools

The harmonisation of regulatory standards worldwide

The emergence of the data farmer

Consolidation, mergers and acquisitions

The Big Data Revolution in Animal Health

Emerging and future trends Challenges for animal health: facts and figures The environmental challenge Pharmacovigilance services for vets

Research & Development

The internet of animals – how technology is penetrating both the livestock and pet sectors Pet sector – wearable activity and health monitors, remote monitoring

Livestock

Antimicrobial Resistance and Antimicrobial Usage

Supplements

The rise of Phytogenics

Containment processing

Understanding host-pathogen interactions The use of intensive diagnostic testing to determine the optimal timing for vaccines and antibiotics The use of individual animal identification for targeted individual animal treatments Cytokines as substitute for antibiotics The new market for alternative proteins

Manufacturing & Packaging

Companion Animals

GMP and market control

Oral Disease &Microbiota

Labels and flexible packaging

Dermatology

Cold chain solutions Supplements

Digital devices and specialist pet services Wearable and Health monitors

Containment processing

Market Entry

Vaccines

Solid dosage Quality and Safety Standards

Watch Pages Country Focus The growing demand for protein-rich foods The increased demand for animal vaccines Mitigating the risk of disease in livestock: vaccines and food additives

Clinical Studies Epilepsy

The Big Data Revolution in Animal Health Brexit and the Animal Health Industry

Cardio respiratory

Development, registration and marketing

Dermatology

Global Biosecurity issues

Pain Management Clinical studies and field trials for animal feed additive


Volume 6 Issue 3 Editorial Submission Deadline: Regulatory & Market Policies related to patent protection and IP Regulations for testing and drug approval

Issue Date: 25th August 2019 10th July 2019 Logistics Temperature controlled shipment of pharmaceutical and feed ingredients

The harmonisation of regulatory standards worldwide Consolidation, mergers and acquisitions.

The development of precision farming and remote bio-monitoring of animal health

Pharmacovigilance services for vets

Data analytics for livestock

Regulatory changes promoting generics and distribution channels shifts

Telemedicine apps targeted at veterinarians

Emerging and future trends

Technology driving improvements in animal health

Research & Development

Livestock

Paradigm shift for research investigations

Managing disease outbreaks: flock eradication, herd culling

The challenge of vector-borne emerging diseases

Biopharming and the food system

Genetic bar coding

The immuno-castration

Anti-microbial usage, animal welfare and impact on health

Livestock: the push for alternative proteins

Turning discovery into innovation

Identification and testing of genetic markers in livestock for disease resistance

Supplements and OTC products for animal health – evidencebased complementary and alternative medicines Plant-based vaccines

Manufacturing & Packaging

Main drivers for the livestock sector Food for feed: animal sector competition for crops

Companion Animals

GMP and market control

The rise of pet insurance

Labels and flexible packaging

Digital devices and specialist pet services

Cold chain solutions Containment processing

Wearable and Health monitors Natural pet products - supplements

Vaccines

Market Entry

Sterile liquids Solid dosage

Medicated feed additives

Watch Pages

Aquatic toxin product handling

Trends, Challenges and Opportunities

Quality and Safety Standards

One Health – the increase in public-private partnerships

Trends in organic food and other production systems and the demand for feed ingredients and pharmaceuticals

Clinical Studies Clinical studies services: study design, case report form preparation, report and protocol writing Metabolism Bioequivalence Clinical studies and field trials for animal feed additives

Mitigating the risk of disease in livestock: vaccines and food additives The Big Data Revolution in Animal Health Brexit and the Animal Health Industry Global Biosecurity issues


Volume 6 Issue 4 Editorial Submission Deadline: Regulatory & Market

Issue Date: 25th November 2019 10th October 2019 Logistics

Policies related to patent protection and IP

The emergence of the data farmer

Regulations for testing and drug approval

The Big Data Revolution in Animal Health

Pharmacovigilance services for vets

Monitoring solutions for livestock

Challenges for animal health: facts and figures The environmental challenge

Electronic Data Capture Supply Chain Security

Infectious threats, emerging diseases, One Health issues

Research & Development Health management, Diagnostic Testing & Bio-security Systems Antimicrobial Resistance and Antimicrobial Usage Understanding host-pathogen interactions The use of intensive diagnostic testing to determine the optimal timing for vaccines and antibiotics The use of individual animal identification for targeted individual animal treatments

Livestock The cattle healthcare market – growth drivers and challenges The `connected cow` - mobile sensors Poultry vaccination practices Genomics technology for livestock breeding Genetic tests designed to improve the breeding of sheep and cattle Visual imaging methods and digital technologies for pig herds Disease surveillance and early detection

Manufacturing & Packaging GMP and market control Labels and flexible packaging Cold chain solutions Supplements

Companion Animals Pet sector – wearable activity and health monitors, remote monitoring Companion Animal Nutrition - Natural pet products Diabetes in Companion Animals Wearable and Health monitors

Containment processing

Market Entry

Vaccines

Medicated feed additives Aquatic toxin product handling Quality and Safety Standards

Watch Pages The global animal health market – market drivers Improving the global food chain Trends, Challenges and Opportunities The Big Data Revolution in Animal Health

Clinical Studies

Brexit and the Animal Health Industry Global Biosecurity issues

Vaccines, Safety and Efficacy Trials Target animal safety Pharmacokinetics Bioequivalence Comparative oncology

One Health – the increase in public-private partnerships The consumer demands for elimination or reduction of antibiotic use in livestock –responding to the shift towards the elimination or reduction The new market for alternative proteins


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