BIA expands in 2008
This article was originally published in Scrip
The UK'sBioIndustry Association, the BIA, is growing despite the increasing challenges faced by the UK bioscience sector. The association counted 50 new members for the year ending August 31st, signalling the growing importance of a "collective voice" to represent the sector, says BIA chief executive Aisling Burnand. 21 of the companies joined the BIA's Fledgling Club, launched last year to support emerging companies to grow and develop in the UK. 28 companies in total now belong to the club.
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