Monday, August 30, 1993
Meeting with companies is usually a pretty pleasant time, in part because biotech people are energetic, smart and have something interesting to say. Given the friendly atmosphere, it might be easy to overlook flaws in the presentation, questions that are avoided, or logic that sometimes is delivered without a strong ring of confidence.
It would be even easier to poke at the shaky story. However, BioCentury is on the lookout for the exemplary cases because we think there's a lot more to be learned from managers who probably are doing things right.