Accenture: Acquisition Of Early-Stage Assets, Bio-Platforms Key To Accelerated Growth
Acquisitions of early-stage assets, biotech platforms and capabilities like AI are the way to faster growth for pharma companies, as Accenture’s Petra Jantzer told In Vivo. However, changing the focus of M&A away from conventional late-stage assets requires significant shifts in corporate and R&D culture.
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