Article | March 19, 2024

Four Steps To Identifying The CDMO Proposal Worth Signing

Source: Mabion

By Bartłomiej Czubek, Business Development Division Manager, and Anna Czubatka-Bieńkowska, Project Management Division Manager

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When a biotech’s team begins the search for a manufacturing partner to develop their biologic, a contract development and manufacturing organization’s (CDMO) proposal is typically their first insightful glimpse into the offerings, capabilities, experience, and facilities of a potential partner. Navigating these crucial technical and financial decisions takes knowledge that only comes from experience, which might be a challenge for sponsors who haven’t yet taken a drug to clinical trials. If you’re hoping not to figure out what makes a good CDMO proposal the hard way, i.e. by working with a CDMO that fails to deliver on their promised cost, quality, and timeline, it is best to familiarize yourself with the proposal process as well as the red flags and green flags to look out for. Taking the time to get better acquainted with the process can yield major benefits for your product. Download the full article for a breakdown of how to identify the CDMO proposal best suited for your project.

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