CEO Stig Jørgensen argues that the Danish politicians have to develop a more sustainable strategy when it comes to attracting and maintain new talents within the medical industry. Published in Berlingske Business
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CEO Stig Jørgensen argues that Ph.d educations are an important prerequisite if we want to be among tomorrow’s global winners. Read the article at Berlingske
CEO Stig Jørgensen claims that mental boarder barriers are among the biggest concerns when it comes to collaboration in the Øresund Region. Read the article at Berlingske
ice President Charlotte Ahlgreen discus how to overcome the cultural and national challenges that comes with collaborations in the Øresunds Region Read the article at Sydsvenskan
Nanomedicine is a rapidly evolving field and is of high interest to both the life science- and the nanotechnology communities.
mva.org has been completely re-designed. As part of this process we are clossing www.ambassadorprogramme.com. The content and future updates from the program can from now on be found on www.mva.org/AmbassadorProgram.
Japan is known as a large and important market within pharma, biotech and medtech. It is also known as a market which requires patience and a long-term strategy.
Denmark has one of the lowest innovation growth rates in Europe. CEO Stig Jørgensen encourages politicians to rethink their innovation strategeis. Read the article at Berlingske