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Are Spin-Outs Really a Better Bet?

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

Big Pharma spin-outs may on average have raised 50% more private money than non-spin-outs over the last five years, but it's not yet clear whether they always deliver better returns on investment. Still, spin-outs remain an investor favorite, and in Europe are becoming the mainstay of a sustainable biopharma industry.

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