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#Partnering Wrap Up for BIO International Convention

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A very big thank you to all the companies, sponsors, and attendees of the BIO Business Forum and Exhibitor Partnering. We’re very excited at the level of activity, feedback, and business getting done, right in the biotech hub of Boston. As you know, we scheduled over 25,000 meetings. Here are the official stats, as of this morning: Total Requests    127,635 Scheduled Meetings    25,291 Companies    2,900 Countries    58 What do those stats really mean? Here’s the Read More >

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Phase III Assets in High Demand – Results from the Business Forum Meeting Activity

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At the BIO International Convention in Boston today, we released our results from the Business Forum meeting activity. This analysis provides a real-time snapshot of what in-licensors from pharma and biotech are looking for here at the conference. The Business Forum hit over 25,000 scheduled One-on-One Partnering™ meetings on Monday afternoon.  This is 18% more meetings than last year, and more than double the meetings held back in 2007, when we last held this event in Read More >

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BIO Europe Spring 2012 – Opening Remarks

For Monday’s Opening Remarks at BIO Europe Spring 2012, I covered the following topics: Public market performance in the US vs other sectors Private funding environment. Drug pipeline deal volume. For a copy of the slides, they can be found here.

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Increasing Partnering at BIO

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Mike May from Biotech Tallies writes: At the 2011 BIO International Convention, the number of one-on-one partnering meetings soared to 21,183… The increasing number of such meetings probably reflects the growth in biotechnology, the escalating importance of BIO’s annual meeting and the expanding need to partner for success in this field.

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Three dealmaking trends to look for in 2011

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The relationship between the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries has never been clearer – partner to survive. The Business Forum at the 2011 BIO International Convention is the world’s largest venue for partnering and it might be the best way for emerging companies to find partners . While there are many quality sources for historical deal-trends, the Campbell Alliance and BIO have created the Dealmakers’ Intentions Survey and the BIO One-on-One Partnering Forecast, two unique forward-looking, Read More >

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