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Requalite’s Opening Ceremony of New Headquarters

The 26th of April 2023 saw the official opening of Requalite’s new offices in the illustrious Gräfelfing area of Munich. Boasting an impressive location, the guests arrived at this peaceful location, with impressive forest backdrop, for a day of celebration.

All the guests, including clients, colleagues and officials from the Mayoral office of Gräfelfing joined the Director and Founder, Dr Hakan Inan in a day of recognition of the success of one of Germany’s newest CRO and Regulatory Services consultancy companies. The event acknowledged a significant milestone in Requalite’s rapid journey to success.

Drinks on arrival were held in the meeting room, prior to the official ‘Ribbon Cutting’ ceremony, carried out by Mayor of Gräfelfing, Herr .

Guests from across the globe including South Africa, Turkey, Europe and beyond then gathered to hear the Mayor Herr Peter Köstler, who welcomed the Requalite to Gräfelfing and expressed his satisfaction with International addition to city’s business circle.

This was followed by a brief introduction to the company by Dr Karim Tabiti, Requalite’s Chief Strategy Officer, who welcomed the guests and then introduced a panel of experts (Requalite Managing Director Dr. Hakan Inan, Dr Rainer Metzger from Medicover and Dr. Jochen M. Wettengel from Institute of Virology, TUM) to discuss Lessons learned from the pandemic – from the perspective of regulators & innovators. They eloquently provided different perspectives on the effect the COVID-19 pandemic had on the medical and in vitro diagnostic device landscape. This discussion addressed the issues, concerns and aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic at a time when medical device and in vitro diagnostic device regulations were also coming into force.

Following this enlightening discussion, a tour of the premises included a showcase of exceptional artwork created by artists from Netherland and Norway.

The event reached a spectacular finale with the unveiling of a painting from the renowned artist Hakan Yasar, a Kurdish/Turkish artist, residing in Norway, who has exhibited his artwork in exhibitions throughout Europe. The painting depicts the story of a Kurdish ‘Romeo and Juliet’, with an equally tragic ending. This narrative was accompanied by the powerful music of Frau Zoé Karlikow, a cellist from the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra. Guests then spent the remainder of the day enjoying delicious delicacies whilst enjoying the spectacular views.

This event was a fitting ‘beginning’ to a highly successful enterprise.

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