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Date:1/29/2009

and pricing. According to Downey, growth in the industry continues and prices have been increasing significantly for CMO services, even as improved yields lower the cost per gram to outsourcing customers. The need for greater cost efficiency in the biopharma industry and its suppliers was underscored in a presentation by Chris Driscoll of Tunnell Consulting. Driscoll compared the biopharma industry to the semiconductor industry that moved from a primary focus on technical issues to one that made cost efficiencies an integrated part of organizational culture and a priority of management.

In addition to this type of sourcing-related programming, InformexUSA 2009 held events for the manufacturing and regulatory functions within the chemical industry. On the regulations front, SOCMA organized a REACH breakfast seminar that focused on the effect that these regulations will have on US companies doing business in Europe. In addition, a series of Networking Roundtables was held on topics such as scale-up, process R&D and process improvement.

According to Jessup, it is the goal of the Informex management team to develop programming that will be helpful to an increasingly broad spectrum of business functions in the chemical industry serving an ever widening range of end-use markets - while at the same time maintaining the high quality networking that is the heritage of the event. "Building networks and sharing ideas and business potential is fundamental to the Informex experience. It is our goal in 2009 and moving into the future to create more opportunities for the chemical industry and to attract an ever broader cross-section of the industry to our event. There is no replacement for face-to-face contact in creating new business opportunities. At Informex, we want to create that experience for as many people as we can," she said.

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