(C) Wolf G Kroner 2010 - Ed Torres, Ely LillyIs that worth a dollar, or a million dollars?

December 2010. What strategies is Lilly’s Venture Fund pursuing in the US and Latin America. Ed Torres, Managing Director of Lilly Ventures Fund describes for B2Bioworld investment policies in biotechnology, medical technologies, and healthcare IT, as well as future plans. There will be a distinct change with regard to the Fund’s approach in Europe. But what is at stake, when non-profit organisations have a major say? What will be the critical input to the parent company in developing its global business and filling up the pipeline. Has that worked out today?


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