Friday, May 30, 2014

BioProcess International Awards: Corporate Citizenship

The 2014 BioProcess International Awards celebrate and recognize the outstanding people, organizations and technologies that have significantly changed, impacted, and advanced the efficiency of biotherapeutic development and manufacturing process ultimately allowing the industry to deliver better, more effective treatments to a global patient base.  We're accepting nominations through June 27, 2014.   In the weeks leading up to the nomination deadline, we'll be spotlighting many of the award categories here. Visit the webpage to find out more.

Today, we spotlight the award for:

Corporate Citizenship

A new or existing company is inevitably a corporate neighbor within a broader urban or regional community. Which company stands out as a good corporate citizen? Does it seek to reduce its carbon footprint, participate in college fairs, offer hiring priorities to local residents, or offer local internships? Or on a broader scope, does it have an innovative means of communicating the promises and challenges of biotechnology to those unfamiliar with the industry? Does it work to reduce the cost of its products within a reimbursement framework and/or participate in philanthropic projects to bring biopharmaceuticals to lower income patients? The winner in this category will be a company that is well respected within its local community or in that broader context, to the world at large.

The BioProcess International Awards will be handed out this October at the BioProcess International event in Boston.  If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Jennifer Pereira.

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