Being an entrepreneur sounds alluring. Building a company in your own vision, being your own boss and charting your own course in the industry. What a life.
The reality, of course, can be much less sexy. The hours are long, the pressure is intense and the stakes for everyone involved are high. And in the life sciences, the lives of patients are often on the line.
It takes guts, resilience and a bold vision to be an entrepreneur in this industry. And these 2023 PharmaVoice 100 business leaders embody those qualities and more.
From biotech startups to services, these entrepreneurs are taking chances to offer innovative approaches in patient care.
“Even with the best AI, it still comes down to having the right people who can think critically about how to apply the tool.” Read more ➔
“I make a point to lead by example, demonstrating the enthusiasm and dedication to our work I want to foster in all members of my team.” Read more ➔
“Our goal is to be the bridge serving public health around the world and fighting social stigma where patients experience the highest unmet need.” Read more ➔
“I am proud that [Qlaris] fosters a company culture where everyone is dedicated to finding a better ‘best’ for people living with serious and debilitating ophthalmic diseases.” Read more ➔
“Day to day, in one company you may not see drastic changes, but if you look across the industry in aggregate, you can see robust progress daily.” Read more ➔
“Think big, pick the right business model, change the world one engineering challenge at a time.” Read more ➔
Dr. John Scarlett
“We get the opportunity to accomplish really important things and create value for people, for society, and for each other along the way.” Read more ➔
“I often spot people’s potential when they don’t see it, and they end up accomplishing things they never thought possible — and having fun doing it!” Read more ➔