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J&J’s Approach To Sourcing Innovation: Closing The Networking Gap

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Johnson & Johnson is nearing the completion of its network of early-stage innovation centers. IN VIVO talks to Patrick Verheyen of the year-old London hub to see where innovation centers fit into the J&J plan, and to Jimmy Zhang of the company’s soon-to-launch Shanghai branch about the climate for innovation in China and the wider Asia-Pacific region.

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