Connecting the Dots

Meyers, Arlen D.
May 2005
Leading Edge;Summer2005, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p3
The article discusses the importance of networking for bioentrepreneurs who are considering starting a life science company. By connecting to other entrepreneurs, service providers, investors and those from other industries, one can tap into a group of people who can help with advice, provide services and help fund and guide the venture. The article also offers tips to successful networking.


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