Last week, Lt. Governor Guadagno led the largest-ever New Jersey delegation at BIO International 2015 in Philadelphia and welcomed a record number of attendees to the Choose New Jersey Prospect Dinner. New Jersey is a leader in the life sciences industry, with the world’s highest concentration of scientists and engineers per square mile and operations of 14 of the 20 largest biopharmaceutical companies. Overall, the state is home to more than 3,100 life science and biopharmaceutical establishments, 63 colleges and universities, 4 medical schools and 13 teaching hospitals.
NJPAC began hosting a series of Roundtables in 2006 as a resource for participants of its Business Partners program, whose members represent more than 90 multinational corporations and privately-held businesses in New York and New Jersey. The Roundtables bring together corporate supporters of NJPAC approximately six times a year for an opportunity to network, share ideas and hear from guest speakers from both the private and public sectors on issues facing the business community.