Bio & Pharmaceuticals


clarke county va
Agency | January 11, 2021
Clarke County   

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Development News | January 11, 2021
UT: Byte to Expand Operations, Creating 150+ New Jobs   

Byte, a direct-to-consumer orthodontics company, is expanding its operations in Utah, creating more than 150 new jobs. More>>


Development News | January 6, 2021
UT: Cytiva Continues Cache County Growth, Creating 160 Jobs   

Cytiva will expand its manufacturing operations in Utah, creating up to 160 new high-paying jobs in the next five years. More>>


Development News | January 5, 2021
TN: Dental Labs Company Looks to Expand to Memphis, Creating 25 Jobs   

A California-based company is looking to expand its reach and production capability, possibly in Memphis. More>>


Development News | December 29, 2020
NC: Animal Health Firm to Expand Vaccine Plant in Scotland Co.   

Huvepharma, Inc. will expand its poultry vaccine plant in Scotland County, investing $1.9 million and adding 10 new jobs. More>>


Development News | December 28, 2020
NC: New Gene Therapy Facility to Create 200 New Jobs in Durham   

Taysha Gene Therapies, Inc. a patient-centric gene therapy company, has selected Durham as a site for its gene therapy manufacturing facility. More>>


Development News | December 21, 2020
IA: Board Approves Projects from Two Companies, to Create 284 Jobs   

The Iowa Economic Development Authority Board approved awards for two legacy companies, which will assist in the creation of 284 jobs. More>>


Development News | December 17, 2020
TN: Revance Therapeutics to Relocate HQ to Nashville, Creating Nearly 150 Jobs   

Revance Therapeutics announced that the company will relocate its headquarters from Silicon Valley in California to Nashville, Tennessee. More>>



grandview mo
Agency | December 15, 2020
Grandview Area Economic Development   

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Industry News | December 14, 2020
R.I. University Offers Cannabis Entrepreneurship Degree, Reports Boston Globe   

Cannabis is now emerging as a serious field of study in the U.S., according to a recent story in the Boston Globe. More>>