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NZBIO Update 3 December 2010

Position Available for NZBIO Chief Executive

• Give something back to New Zealand promoting and supporting the NZ biotech industry
• Build bridges to grow your already extensive international networks
• Lead the organisation through its next phase of growth and development
NZBIO is now entering a new phase of its existence, with a relatively new and diverse board which has recognised the emergence of a different operating environment. The board seek an influential, proven leader of change to take NZBIO forward. This may be a part time of full time role.

As CEO of NZBIO you will enjoy being at the forefront of the NZ biotech community where you will help the NZ biotech industry enhance their global respect and recognition. You will have full responsibility for the day to day operation of NZBIO, and will be require to develop and implement the strategic goals and directions of the organisation, in conjunction witht he NZBIO Board of Directors.
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"Should I Stay or Should I Go? - The Dilemmas and Challenges of Growing a Global Bio-Enterprise from NZ"

The 2010 NZBIO Auckland Christmas Dinner will feature guest speaker, Dr Sean Simpson, Chief Scientific Officer and Co-founder, LanzaTech NZ.

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NZBIO Wellington 2010 Christmas Celebration

Come and join us to celebrate the end of another great year with drinks, nibbles and networking

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NZBIO 2011 Conference: Enabling Successful Bio Enterprise

NZBIO is one of New Zealand's largest and most vibrant annual conferences. Now in it's seventh year, NZBIO is well established as the premier showcase for the New Zealand life sciences sector and attracts delegates from around the world and from all aspects of the life sciences industry.

Early-bird Registrations are now open for the annual NZBIO conference. Early-bird registrations close, Friday 4 February 2011.

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