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The First-Ever BIO Latin America Conference a Major Success

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The first-ever BIO Latin America Conference was a major success and will become an annual must-attend event for those doing business in the region. Rio de Janeiro, SEPTEMBER 2014 – The 2014 BIO Latin America Conference, held on September 9-11, in Rio de Janeiro, brought together the in-depth expertise vital to the growth of the biotech industry in Latin America, and provided the attendees with networking and programming not available at any other regional gathering. Read More >

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Partnering in Latin America, According to the Experts

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Latin America is a hotbed for biotech activity. I recently sat down with four movers and shakers in Latin American biotech to get their thoughts and perspectives: Alexandre Boggio, Director, Business Development, Sanofi Pharma Brazil Carolina Tremmel, Director, New Business Development, Daiichi Sankyo Brasil Edurdo Tsuru, Director, Business Development Latin America, Mundipharma Thiago Mares Guia, MD, PhD, Medical and Scientific Manager, Bionovis See the interview on YouTube: Biotech in Latin America is growing: The Latin Read More >

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Partnering Trends in Latin America

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If phonetics were the only driver, BRIC would be CRIB. But life sciences drug-related deal-making and partnering growth in Brazil and the rest of Latin America provide good reason to put the “B” in front. Traditional partnerships (i.e. excluding M&A and early venture funding) where a Latin American company served as the ‘seller’ or ‘out-licensor’ doubled per year from 2009/2010 to 2012. While there was a pullback in 2013, overall growth from 2009/2010 to 2013 Read More >

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Biotech Market in Brazil is Booming!

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Brazil steps into the international spotlight as host of the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics as it celebrates a quarter century of democracy and political stability. The Brazilian economy – now the 7th largest globally by GDP (and averaging $57 billion in FDI inflows annually from 2008 to 2012) – is considered one of the most important in the world. Brazil has a number of innovation policies in place at the federal and Read More >

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BIO and Biominas Brasil to Co-Host 2014 BIO Latin America Conference

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I am excited to announce that BIO will co-host a new conference event, BIO Latin America, taking place September 9-11, 2014, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  We recently entered into an agreement with Biominas Brasil, a not-for- profit institution dedicated to life sciences in the region, to build on the successful BioPartnering Latin America event held by Biominas the past four years.  This new international conference for BIO will complement our global portfolio of industry events. The decision Read More >

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