Bioavlee has been developed in Poland, but the ambitions of the initiators of the project do not end in the Polish market. In order to better understand the realities and best practices in the biggest market in the world, the Bioavlee team went in early March to the US for a trade mission. The trip was organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The mission led by Secretary of State Ms. Katarzyna Kacperczyk was attended by representatives of the Ministry of Development, Ministry of Health and the National Centre for Research and Development, as well as one of the most innovative Polish companies.
The trip was a great opportunity to more fully understand the conditions and determinants for scientific and commercial success in the highly competitive US market. The global success of many companies began in places where the Bioavlee team spent the most time: Central Lab, Cambridge Innovation Center, MIT, Massachusetts Life Science Center. Our colleagues learned a lot about the difficult path to the development of innovative products at Pfizer and Boston Scientific. The final act of the trade mission was a meeting at the Polish Embassy in Washington.
The technology developed by Bioavlee aroused strong interest among local entrepreneurs and industry experts. Some of the contacts established by the Bioavlee team during their stay in the US are likely to result in closer commercial cooperation.