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Welcome back to The Mix Tape! In this 2-part special edition, Mix Talent teamed up with ADVI Health to bring together women leaders in Cell and Gene Therapy to discuss the journey from manufacturing to commercialization. This series will feature insights from our incredible guests on their learnings from past experiences, tips and tricks, and anticipated trends in biotech.
Mix Talent President Mickey Shimp shares the simple-but-effective advice his dad, Paul Shimp, gave him about being successful – and how that advice is put into action by the Mix O/S.
After talking with hundreds of candidates and hearing their priorities, here are three crucial actions life sciences companies should take in order to attract the best possible candidates.
Mix Talent was engaged by a biotech company that was emerging into the commercial space and needed support building out all functions of their commercial team.
Taking an intentional approach and considering the points I outline in that post – identifying your core business and market, your unique risks, and your workforce plan – can help you determine how best to use outsourced talent and make it a key growth strategy for your life sciences organization.