BayBio teams up with Hong Kong medical device group
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Northern California life sciences industry association BayBio partners with the Hong Kong Medical and Healthcare Device Manufacturers Association Oct. 23 to establish business ties with device companies in Hong Kong. "Our member companies are looking at increasing the amount of work they do in the Pacific Rim," said Matt Gardner, president of BayBio. "At the same time, many Hong Kong companies will find Northern California the ideal starting point for doing business with U.S. life sciences partners." Members of the Hong Kong association include nearly 50 local and international firms, many with facilities in China
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