In this episode of Molecule to Market, you’ll go inside the outsourcing space of the global drug product and sterile injectables sector with Cory Lewis CEO and President, Founder at INCOG BioPharma Services.
Your host, Raman Sehgal, discusses the pharmaceutical and biotechnology supply chain with Cory, covering:
The incredible 10-year journey of Cook Pharmica from a burning cash turnaround challenge to a $950M acquisition by Catalent.
Customer-centric lessons learned from the franchise business model that’s being adopted by a CDMO start-up.
The continued growth of the sterile manufacturing space in North America and several growth drivers.
Life as a founder of a CDMO start-up after 25+ years as a senior industry exec.
Cory has spent 25 years in the CDMO space. After a spell with Baxter, he served as vice president of business development and marketing for Cook Pharmica until its 2017 sale to Catalent for $950M. He has since founded INCOG, a start-up CDMO that is investing $60M to build its 90,000 square foot headquarters in Fishers, Indiana and hiring about 150 people by the end of 2024.
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