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In troubled economic times, BioSquare 2009 successfully serves as business and innovation starter
Date:3/30/2009

Lyon, France, March 30, 2009 / b3c newswire / - The 2009 edition of the BioSquare business conference was held March 9-11 in Lyon. For three days, the 343 companies in attendance, including 11 big pharma companies, held some 2,500 business meetings. The conference created real dynamics in a difficult economic context by offering biotech and pharma company managers a solid chance to develop business opportunities, create partnerships and get acquainted with new technologies in booming biotech industries.

BioSquare 2009 geared to the biotech market and companies 

“For Biotech companies, the financing of innovation is essential, which may be quite a challenge in the current economic climate. Finding the right partners will be an even more critical factor of success. In just three days, BioSquare 2009 served as a place for business exchanges leading to international partnerships,” said Bernadette Guagliata, BioSquare’s CEO.
In order to maintain any kind of leadership in innovation during these difficult times, it is necessary to convince investors, to communicate knowledge and know-how effectively, to determine which sectors are most favourable in terms of growth, to set up strategic partnerships, and to know how to sign the right contract… By enabling biotech companies to get advice from renown experts in these key areas, through its thematic sessions, BioSquare has positioned itself as an event with high added value.
“With the ability to create synergies among the various technologies (high-tech, cleantech, biotech), to present young biotech companies, to cross-match information...BioSquare becomes a relevant business conference,” states Albin Jourda, CEO of Gallium Moore, a merger/acquisition consulting firm specialised in information technology, biotech and cleantech.

BioSquare 2009 sets up meetings, partnerships and businesses 

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