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Partnering Launches for the International Convention

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It’s here folks! The One-on-One Partnering™ System for this year’s BIO Business Forum® and Exhibitor Partnering has officially launched! What does that mean? If you’re registered for the event, you’ll be receiving your login credentials shortly. If you’re not registered, you should do that now, so you can get in to the system. From there, you can start building your company’s profile, search for companies, and send your targeted meeting requests. This year, we’re pleased Read More >

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April 11th Webinar: Expanded Partnering

Join us for Part 3 of the 4 webinar series outlining NEW exhibitor booth partnering, One-on-One System enhancements, and how to get more ROI using partnering at the 2012 BIO International Convention. Unlock the Power of Partnering: Webinar & Discussion on Expanded Partnering and Tips for Partnering Success at BIO Wednesday, April 11th 11:00 am – 12:00 pm ET RSVP Here This partnering webinar will cover the following: New in 2012: Expanded Opportunities with Exhibitor Read More >

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2012 Orphan Disease Forum: Addressing Today’s Opportunities and Challenges

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If all of the people with rare disease lived in one country, it would be the world’s third most populous country! Through dedicated companies such as the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) and Centric Health Resources, the pressing issue of orphan diseases and its patients are being addressed. A rare disease is defined by any disease affecting fewer than 200,000 Americans. There are nearly 7,000 such diseases affecting over 350 million people worldwide.  Furthermore, Read More >

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2012 MassBioEd Innovative School of the Year – Norton High School

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Massachusetts is home to the full ecosystem of life sciences—including our world class academic institutions and medical centers, a vibrant venture capital community, hundreds of biotech companies of all sizes, contract research and manufacturing organizations, and service organizations supporting the industry. It is no wonder then that eleven years ago MassBio established the Massachusetts Biotechnology Foundation to promote biotechnology education and workforce development programs. Each year, the Foundation awards the Innovative School of the Year Read More >

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Abbott Laboratories: Keys for Partnering Success at the BIO International Convention

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Thinking of hosting pre-qualified meetings at your BIO Exhibition booth during the 2012 BIO International Convention? Abbott Laboratories did just that at last year’s Convention and learned what it takes to succeed and secure high-quality leads. “The greatest value of partnering within our booth is that it allows us to drive traffic, activity and interest within our booth space,” said Michelle Calhoun, Abbott’s contract manufacturing sales and marketing director. During the 2011 Convention, Abbott hosted Read More >

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