Consultants play a critical role in ensuring the long-term success of small biopharmaceutical companies, though much of their work happens behind the scenes. From lifecycle planning to marketing advice, consultants help fill gaps in knowledge while having their fingers on the pulse of new production strategies that might be a fit for clients. Counseling clients on such solutions—especially those that may help to de-risk the increasingly challenging biopharmaceutical development process—can be a win-win for the industry and consumers alike. What follows is a guide to some key strategies that consultants can keep in mind for their smaller biopharmaceutical clients.
Author: John Foy, Vice President, Business Management, Patheon