Life sciences companies face many challenges for 2016, including the demand to develop innovative products at reduced cost. More and more, this means that companies must assess opportunities in major markets across the globe and seek value-maximizing partnerships at all phases of the product life cycle, from development to manufacturing to marketing. The increasingly global and increasingly interconnected nature of the life sciences industry also means that companies must track litigation, policy, regulatory and enforcement developments in the U.S., EU, Asia and other major markets, and must also anticipate the ways in which these developments will impact business opportunities.
10 Global Challenges For Life Sciences Cos. In 2016
January 27, 2016