Hub-And-Spoke Pioneer PureTech's Strategy Paying Off
Insights From CEO Daphne Zohar
The concept of a parent company with operating subsidiaries is becoming increasing common in biotech. The first to do it, Daphne Zohar, who co-founded PureTech back in 2005, tells Scrip how the company has made that model work.
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