Bio-Nector is an exclusively Internet and e-mail-based service relying on a simple principle: as a matchmaking service, it brokers contacts between companies wishing to outsource services and suitable service providers.
When looking for such a “partner agency”, companies now no longer have to seek and individually contact possible providers with all the expenditures of time and money this entails. Bio-Nector provides several replies by possible service providers per e-mail to each and every inquiry.
Effective immediately, Bio-Nector is open for registration to interested service providers free of charge. As soon as Bio-Nector is accessible and on-line to inquirers, providers will be notified of all inquiries pertaining to their area of expertise free of charge. Only if and when the respective company answers an inquiry will a charge be levied.
From the winter of 2006, Bio-Nector will be online and thus accessible to inquirers. It will be quite easy to use.
1. Formulate your inquiry at www.bio-nector.com freely and anonymously: Companies (inquirers) may freely formulate in some few sentences the requirements the service provider they seek needs to meet and select the field of expertise concerned. They will then provide their e-mail address and send the inquiry to Bio-Nector. Their inquiry will be forwarded anonymously (without the inquirer’s e-mail address) to the service providers registered for the selected area of expertise.
2. Accepting replies: Bio-Nector will directly forward individual replies sent in by the service providers to the inquirer.
3. Select and directly contact a service provider: Thanks to the replies, the inquirer is provided with a synopsis of possible service providers. He may now choose whom to contact and do so directly (announcing his identity).
Bio-Nector embarks on novel ways to bring together offers and demands in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. As a complement and alternative to seeking the requisite information in lists or acting on personal recommendations, Bio-Nector offers the possibility to quickly inform yourself about various possible service providers without expending a lot of time and money. Thus, Bio-Nector creates more transparent information in a highly heterogeneous market and is suitable for seeking service providers in all phases of research and development in the pharma and biotech industries, from basic research to pre-clinical and clinical development and production, regulatory, and marketing/sales issues.
The Bio-Nector principle is also applied to other special areas of expertise (e.g. matching for fairs) and enjoys high acclaim by both service providers and inquirers.
Information on Bio-Nector Partners:
www.bio-nector.com is an on-line brokering agency operated by three partners:
• finebrain.com AG (www.finebrain.com), in charge of programming and concept, and active in the field of expertise management and matching systems,
• one marketing services AG (www.onemarketing.com), a marketing agency offering advice and handling the actual implementation, and in charge of marketing Bio-Nector
• S. Karger AG, Medical and Scientific Publishers (www.karger.com), contributing its specialised knowledge and contacts to this co-operative venture.
Carla Holmes | alfa
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