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BioSpace Launches the 2008-2009 Pharm Country(TM) Hotbed Campaign
Date:6/30/2008

ct information, career opportunities, financial updates, and company history can be found through the Pharm Country homepage, http://www.biospace.com/hotbed.aspx?regionid=19, which also features fresh daily biopharmaceutical industry news and information from the region.

"BioSpace is proud to announce the launch of this year's Pharm Country Hotbed Campaign," said Wes Crews, CEO of BioSpace. "The Pharm Country region remains a strong and thriving biopharmaceutical market and is well represented on this year's map."

About BioSpace

BioSpace is the leading online community for life science careers, news and information. For over 23 years BioSpace has helped to accelerate recruitment, communication and discovery among business and scientific leaders in the biopharmaceutical market. The company's flagship life science industry Web site, BioSpace.com (http://www.biospace.com), offers unparalleled opportunities for targeted recruitment, product, investment, event and other bioscience messaging. The company also hosts over 25 biopharmaceutical career events annually.

BioSpace is a subsidiary of onTargetjobs (http://www.ontargetjobs.com) and also powers DeviceSpace (http://www.devicespace.com) and ClinicaSpace (http://www.clinicaspace.com), online communities for medical device and clinical research professionals respectively.


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