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Choose New Jersey and Partners to Promote New Jersey As Global Life Science Hub at World's Largest Biotechnology Event
Date:4/22/2013

ompanies that have been identified as prospects for expanding or relocating to New Jersey, as well as with business and trade media covering the event. Choose New Jersey has also placed targeted advertising on mobile billboards and publications aimed at conference attendees.

"New Jersey is home to 14 out of the 20 largest biopharmaceutical companies, more than 3,100 biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies and a thriving medical technology industry," said Tracye McDaniel , President and CEO of Choose New Jersey. "With more scientists and engineers per square mile than anywhere else on the planet, three medical schools among our 63 colleges and universities and 13 teaching hospitals, we offer biopharmaceutical companies a 'brain belt' second to none."  

Choose New Jersey is collaborating with BioNJ, HINJ and five New Jersey universities on the New Jersey pavilion at the conference, which will be emblazoned with the slogan "Big Ideas Happen Here." Participating universities include New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Princeton University, Rutgers University, Stevens Institute of Technology, and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ). Additional companies representing New Jersey include Avison Young , Celgene Corporation, Genova Burns Giantomasi & Webster and Jones Lang LaSalle Americas.

Lt. Governor Guadagno and Choose New Jersey will also host prospect companies for a special dinner event on April 23. Sponsored by HINJ, the evening will provide networking opportunities for some of the world's top life science executives and will feature a presentation by Paul Hoffman , CEO of the Liberty Science Center.

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