The Biopharmaceutical Consortium is an expert team formed in 1997 to assist life science companies, research groups, and emerging enterprises.
The Consortium’s goal is to identify and exploit promising breakthrough technologies, thereby contributing to the discovery and development of new therapeutics, diagnostics, and medical devices. Its mission is to support its members’ clients in meeting the informational, technical, organizational, strategic, and leadership challenges of the post-genomic era.
Consortium members demonstrate expertise and historical success in:
Strategic business planning and enterprise growth mechanisms
Identification of future trends in the life sciences and relevant technologies
Design of efficient and effective development strategies for early stage biomedical products
Generation of grants-based seed funding for product feasibility testing
Assessment of the therapeutic and diagnostic potential of novel science
Effective licensing and acquisition of technologies and nascent firms
Business development and partnering
Corporate capitalization, development, and governance
New-product conceptualization, commercialization, and marketing
Technology management in life science businesses
The Consortium combines the advantages of large and small consulting firms:
Eexpansive depth and breadth of experience without the training and overhead burdens associated with large, relatively junior staffs. Each engagement is strictly tailored to client needs and executed by one or more established experts in life science management and executive counsel. Capabilities in technology strategy and new-product commercialization distinguish the Consortium from most management consulting firms.
Clients served by Consortium members include:
- Major pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies
- Emerging life science firms
- Research and diagnostic products companies
- Producers of laboratory equipment and supplies
- Investors and intermediaries
- Large professional service firms.