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Biotech industry has "implementation gap" around demonstrating the value of products under development
Date:4/22/2013

ures remained strong at commercial leaders, pre-commercial entities substantially reduced R&D spending.
  • Net income reaches new high: R&D cutbacks combined with solid revenue growth resulted in a record high in net income of US$5.2 billion, a US$1.4 billion increase from the previous year.
  • The "new normal" funding environment continues: Biotech companies in North America and Europe raised US$28.2 billion in 2012, a drop from the US$33.3 billion raised in 2011. This decrease was driven by a reduction in debt funding, which fell by almost a third. The IPO market remained tepid, with aggregate proceeds of only US$805 million, down from US$857 million in 2011. "Innovation capital" — defined as the amount of capital raised by companies with less than US$500 million in revenues — remained virtually unchanged between 2011 and 2012 increasing only from US$15.2 billion to US$15.3 billion.
  • Venture capital remains resilient: Venture funding across North America and Europe declined 5% to US$5.4 billion in 2012, a much slower decline than was expected given the fundraising challenges encountered by many venture firms in recent years.
  • M&A picks up: The total value of mergers and acquisitions involving European or US biotechs equaled US$27.4 billion, an increase of 9% from 2011 (when setting aside the two megamergers in 2011 in excess of US$10 billion) and the highest non-megadeal total
    since 2008.
  • Matters of evidence: an implementation gap
    To explore how companies are adapting to the global shift to evidence-based health care, Ernst & Young surveyed US and European biotech executives from 62 companies with revenues below US$500 million. The results indicate that companies focus on efficiency initiatives with far greater frequency than on measures to collect evidence to demonstr
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