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Bio-Informatics Companies in India 2002: The Search for business Models - TN

Subject

Strategy and Entrepreneurship

Publication Year

2003

Abstract

Bio-informatics is the application of information technology to the life sciences. Given the established strength in IT, several Indian firms are looking at entering this market. The case profiles the strategies of established IT firms as well as start-ups. Highlights the challenges of finding a business model in an emerging industry, extending capabilities into new domains, and building high technology firms in the developing world.

Topic List

R&D Outsourcing, Business Models, IT, Bio-Technology, India

Industry

Bio-Informatics

Publication Event Date

2002

LBS Case Number

TN-03-003

Location

India

Publication Organisation Size

100-300

Project Funder

ESRC

Supervisor

Puranam, P

Available on ECCH

No


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