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Biotech Guru G. Steven Burrill Offers his Predictions on What Lies Ahead for the Biotech Industry in 2011
Date:12/30/2010

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 30, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Renowned biotech specialist, venture capitalist, author and keynote speaker Mr. Burrill offers his predictions for biotech. He sees a dynamic industry writing a new "play book" in response to an environment that: favors risk mitigated companies rather than earlier stage development companies that have a much higher risk profile; emerging biotech markets, particularly in Brazil, Chile, China, India, Malaysia and Russia, growing faster than the United States and Europe; challenges created by healthcare reform; and opportunities for companies operating in the biogreentech space.

"The collapse of the financial markets and systems has been a major force in reshaping the landscape, but it is far from the only factor," says G. Steven Burrill, CEO of Burrill & Company. "Rather, the financial crisis has helped accelerate the changes already underway, ranging from globalization, to healthcare reform, to climate change. Biotech executives are currently writing their new 'play book' in response.

"As I discuss in my upcoming book – Biotech 2011-Life Sciences: Looking Back to See Ahead - expect to see the biotech industry as a whole perform better in 2011 as the financing environment continues to improve. Investors will reward risk mitigated companies and those that are able to execute on their business plans. There will be no major slow down in big Pharma's appetite for biotech partnering.  Both big pharma and big biotech will again compete for companies with advanced product pipelines, as well as important land grabs of technology. Partnership deals will reflect 'shared risk' by smaller upfront payments and larger ones on achievement of milestones. Collaborations with emerging market players in China, India and Latin America will also increase.

"Overall the upcoming year will be a good one for the biotechnology industry," concludes Burrill.

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