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17Feb/110

Report Giveaway – This Week Only!!

It's a $119.00 Value, for free!! We engaged over 1500 industry professionals in India and North America.

Get a thorough picture of what it takes to win in India. Forward it to your friends and get an exclusive mini-report, packed with primary research!

You can check out the Table of Contents, and download the report here!!

Posted by Jeff

9Feb/110

Contract Manufacturing Directory

Our site is always growing. The architecture elves never seem to stop building. Their resolve is impressive, now that I think about it.

I would write more, but it's probably easier if you just check it out yourself.

It's a list, that will continue to grow no-doubt, of contract manufacturing organizations all over the world.

We have also included a tool so that you can add your own company, if it's not there yet.

We're working on many more things, including a CRO list, so stay tuned for more developments to the site, and more content additions.

Posted by Jeff

8Feb/110

Trends in Translational Research.

Gregory Weiss was kind enough to take a few moments out of his Saturday morning to fill me in on some of the ground-breaking research he is doing at his UCI lab.

This particular clip is about his upcoming keynote remark at the Cambridge Health Institute conference, Therapeutic Approaches to Cancer Therapeutics. I will have the whole interview up soon. But for now, enjoy this!

Posted by Jeff

4Feb/110

Input in Action.

Thank you for the ongoing feedback. We are always growing, learning, and evolving. We appreciate hearing about how you think we might be able to do things a little bit better.

Today's update is regarding the library section of the main site. We've organized it into particular portals, organized by specific verticals that are of focus and interest to us. This was a change mandated by end-user input. Thanks for making our site easier to navigate and more engaging. We will continue to listen and implement your suggestions.

Check it out!

We have more changes in the pipeline and will update you here, as it happens!

Posted by Jeff

3Feb/110

Evolution

It's not like we just throw up a static web page. Our content creation initiatives are always changing, improving, evolving. And that's always based on end-user input. We pair your thoughts with out strengths and our diverse network of key opinion leaders to deliver the most cutting-edge information and technology tools in verticals of particular focus.

We do our best to engage with you, but as I said, it's a work in progress. Let us know how we can do better, please.

To help increase engagement, we're adding comment forms at the end of each new interview. You should feel encouraged to submit your thoughts, or even a follow-up question, and we'll find an answer on your behalf.

Check it out here, and here.

Posted by Jeff

24Jan/110

Greenovations.

We focus on a few specific verticals. We bridge global knowledge gaps and connect people with the cutting edge knowledge and technology they need.

One of such verticals is Renewable Energy. We have partnered with Canadian GreenTech, a premium provider of high quality renewable energy news, to collaborate on a series of renewable energy webinars.

We have been lucky enough to source some premium cutting-edge articles from Canadian GreenTech, the most recent of which is hosted here.

You can also check out the exciting webinar series here.

Posted by Jeff

21Jan/110

It’s Ongoing.

Thanks for sticking with us. The exciting growth, over the in the library, has come somewhat at the extent of this Blog. But fear not, loyal reader. Our gradual improvement is an ongoing thing. Think of us as a value investment, good valuation (free!) and which will yield dividends over time.

We have a lot of exciting things in the pipeline, including some changes under the hood. And it's only going to get better.

In addition to technological steps forward, we perpetually reexamine and refine our ability to consistently provide high quality on-demand knowledge solutions. Our competitive advantage is in leveraging proprietary processes and a network of hands-on leaders in an array of global markets, for cost-effective, premium knowledge deliverables. We are always narrowing in on our specifically targeted verticals. We continue to grow partnerships with niche and industry specific leading content producers and distributors. Meanwhile, our in-house marketing, production, and primary research efforts sustain our unique and cutting-edge outlook; we integrate robust and renowned thought content and our own proprietary yet comprehensive gauge of industry sentiment, to bring well-contrasted strategies into sight.

For success, stay with us. It has come in incremental steps. And will continue to do so. With a minor setback or two along the way, of course. But like the Dow Jones, circa March 2009 to now, it'll be mostly up.

Posted by Jeff

10Jan/110

Shlomo Maital: India’s Secret Weapon.

"Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?"
"That depends a good deal on where you want to get to," said the Cat.
"I don’t much care where--" said Alice.
"Then it doesn’t matter which way you go," said the Cat.

"--so long as I get SOMEWHERE," Alice added as an explanation.
"Oh, you’re sure to do that," said the Cat, "if you only walk long enough."
Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland.

I first became aware of Shlomo's work after falling in love with his insightful piece: India's Secret Weapon.

If you have not read this short essay, you would be remiss to close this page without perusing the referenced link.

It confirms my own ideas about the value of education. It also provides vivid insight into the scope and scale of education in India. It has obviously and intelligently been made a national and cultural priority. Even without Shlomo's incredibly compelling endorsement, it easy to begin to understand the potential of such large-scale initiatives. And it is exciting to imagine what it all might mean for the world at large.

In his new book, Global Risk/Global Opportunity, Shlomo Maital offers ten tools to help managers evaluate risk and exploit global opportunity by observing minds, markets and money. This is especially important today, given the increasingly connected global world. Because while we strive for an integrated and connected globe, thinking globally is harder than most imagine. To truly wrap your mind around the problem and understand the factors at play is a challenge. Eye-witness accounts and an eagerness and openness to understand and learn are a great starting point.

But in starting out, you must know where you want to end up. To this end, once again, Shlomo Maital provides valuable and intellectually stimulating insight:

Posted by Jeff

17Dec/100

Pharmaceutical NGram?

Trends vs. Time

If you haven't checked out the new Google NGram Viewer you are missing out. There a good description of the project here.

It's interesting stuff, no doubt. We've only just started experimenting...

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11Dec/100

Weekend Research and Pharma Resources

When you like what you do, it isn't hard to spend a Saturday or Sunday morning with a cup of coffee, or three, and casually peruse work-related content.

As we said here, it makes sense to share the especially valuable content that we come across, on any given day. We believe in raising the bar, by allowing more people access to the game. Fundamentally, it improves the level of competition, innovation and progress. So why not share the actionable and compelling content?

We'll add value by consistently highlighting content of the utmost importance, based on our own extensive and in-depth primary research.

It is always convincing when people put their money where their mouth is. This short clip from Deputy Vice President of Equity Research at Kotak Securities explains why they are bullish on India as a pharma destination over the medium to long-term.

Also on our radar is the continued attempts at penetration by big pharma.

And finally, Indoco Remed Director and Board Member Aditi Kare Panandikar tells a very convincing tale about the US opportunity in India and how various stakeholders may profit.

Thanks for stopping by. We're always curious to learn about what you're reading. And we have some exciting things coming up this week, so stay tuned.

PS If you haven't checked out our interview with Alok Kumar, you're missing actionable knowledge.

Posted by Jeff

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