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The Business Development Board (BDB), Palm Beach County's official economic development organization, facilitates the relocation, retention and expansion of companies to or in Palm Beach County by constantly strengthening local businesses one at a time and accelerating the economic future with high-wage and high-tech jobs. One such company that was recently assisted is ADMA Biologics, a publicly traded biopharmaceutical company located in Boca Raton.more»
Boca Raton-based ADMA Biologics said it plans to add 100 jobs to its workforce of 250 to make three medications approved by the FDA for marketing.more»
Attracting the largest and most prestigious life sciences companies with nearly 500 life science professionals from Florida and throughout the country, Palm Beach County’s life science industry and entrepreneurial ecosystem shined bright at BioFlorida's annual conference. A local company won the "David Gury Company of the Year Award", a local female won the "Leadership Award" and several Palm Beach County-based female led companies were in attendance, showcasing females fueling the future of biotech.more»
ADMA Biologics, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADMA) (“ADMA” or the “Company”), a commercial biopharmaceutical company dedicated to manufacturing, marketing and developing specialty plasma-derived biologics for the treatment of immunodeficient patients at risk for infection and the prevention of certain infectious diseases, today announced the first commercial sales of ASCENIV (formerly known as RI-002). ASCENIV received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) on April 1, 2019.more»
Palm Beach County, FL is home to the world’s top two life sciences research institutes, has a new 150,000-square-foot life sciences accelerator on the horizon, and is experiencing unprecedented growth in the Life Sciences industry.more»
Boom! Miami-Fort Lauderdale metro area has already logged its best year on record for venture capital. The state of Florida is on track for a record year as well.more»
Palm Beach County's life science industry has attracted FloraScentials, a startup developing innovative product lines for the floral industry, ultimately restoring the fragrance of cut flowers that have lost their scent. After working with the Business Development Board, Palm Beach County's official economic development organization, the company plans to employ up to 10 people and create a capital investment of $1.8 million by the end of 2020. Moving to West Palm Beach from St. Louis, the new site will be in close proximity to Palm Beach Wholesale Florists that will provide cut flowers for FloraScentials’ product development activities.more»