Icon_Sun.svg The Road to BIO: Day 9

Friday, June 16, 2017
Texas

 

It’s starting to feel like the final push as we pick up I-10 — which should carry us the rest of the way to California — and head toward the Texas border. And we will concede, on this ninth day of the journey, that this looked a lot more manageable on the map than it is in execution. We are still nearly 1,500 miles away from our destination. 

Overcoming Adversity

We may be questioning whether our perceived progress is nothing more than a tantalizing mirage, but we knew from the start that this journey, like drug development, would be a long one that can be arduous at times. In unity with our life science clients who are constantly overcoming challenges along the development pipeline to bring their products to commercialization with speed and precision, we will press on!

DISTANCE SCHEDULED THIS MORNING: 253 miles 

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Michael Katsis, Director of Business Development for G-CON Manufacturing, Inc., discusses how G-CON’s cleanroom PODs® cut time and costs


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Sidney Backstrom, Executive Director of Business Management for G-CON Manufacturing, Inc., discusses how the company’s POD® structures are streamlining the validation process for customers


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We’ll check back in this afternoon from — you guessed it — Texas with more #RoadtoBIO updates on our journey toward #BIO2017  

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