Firm Client Applied BioMath Recognized in Greater Boston’s 2016 Small Business of the Year Awards 08/02/2016Posted by Morse, Barnes-Brown Pendleton in Client News, Corporate, Life Sciences.
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MBBP is thrilled to announce that client Applied BioMath, LLC is one of ten winners of the 2016 Small Business of the Year Awards (SBOY), announced by The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. The SBOY recognizes smaller for-profit companies within the Greater Boston area who possess product innovation, workplace excellence, community and social responsibility, strong financial performance, and achievement in management.
Applied BioMath, LLC was founded in 2013 with the goal of transforming the quality and the economics of drug invention by applying advanced mathematical analysis at critical decision points in the drug invention process. The ten award winners will be recognized at the event “Nailed It: A Conversation with Successful Business Leaders”, which will be held on October 6th.
MBBP assisted Applied BioMath in drafting its various Service Agreements with customers, among other key legal services. Congratulations to our client in what is sure to be one of many successes!