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New BioNews Texas Website Gives Industry Direct Access to Texas Biotech Sector
Date:9/17/2013

ack the resources to build a sophisticated website on their own, as well as established businesses looking to capture the attention of Texas biotech influencers and stakeholders who frequent our website daily.

Job Listings:

No digital news publication on the web today combines daily, comprehensive news coverage of the Texas biotech sector with the latest Texas biotech jobs. BioNews Texas’ unique content models allows us to target jobs so that they appear alongside relevant news and content throughout our website.

If a Texas biotech organization is looking to fill key jobs, the BioNews Texas job board serves job listings to targeted Texas biotech-based traffic throughout the web property.

In addition to these features, BioNews Texas also plans on rolling out additional features, such as Service Provider List & Profiles, Site, Page & Report Sponsorship, and Newsletter & E-Mail Blast Advertising & Sponsorship.

Texas-based organizations interested in advertising on BioNews Texas can access the website’s Advertising page for additional information, or contact the company directly.

Press inquiries contact: Mike Nace, Chief Content Officer – mike.nace(at)bionews-tx(dot)com

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/9/prweb11106778.htm.


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