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cataloogheday 2018-03-07 10:21:27 Next Big Futures, Inc. will release the company’s latest annual report today.
The company is currently a part of the larger First Round Capital Management.
The report details the company and its investment strategy, including its long-term goal to become an “over-the-counter” drugmaker.
The CEO and co-founder of Next Big, Dan Pachal, is also the managing director of the Chicago-based company.
“We believe that over the next four years, we will reach a state of unprecedented scale, profitability and scale-out,” Pachil said.
“The future of the global pharmaceutical industry is about to get significantly more exciting and disruptive, but with a much longer and more diverse horizon than ever before.”
The company’s outlook for the company is to “continue to evolve” to become a pharmaceutical company that can be “a leader in our industry and beyond,” Pampers said in the release.
Pachalis company’s current revenue and gross margin are between 2.5 percent and 2.8 percent.
“This is an extremely exciting time for us,” Pamps said in an interview with Next Big.
“With so many companies that are already moving toward the market, there is so much opportunity for our company to grow in the next decade.
We have a great team here and we’re excited to share that vision with you.” “
I’m looking forward to building a team that is very passionate about the vision and vision for the future of our company.
We have a great team here and we’re excited to share that vision with you.”
Next Big has invested in companies like BioMed Research International, and has acquired several pharmaceuticals companies like Genentech, Merck and Pfizer.
The stock is up more than 30 percent since the release of the company report.
“Next Big is positioned to be an early adopter and pioneer in the drug space, and we are extremely excited to help our company be a leader in the field,” Paches co-founders wrote in the statement.
“At this time, the company will continue to focus on its current and future customers and the exciting opportunities for growth.”
The announcement comes at a time when some of the largest pharmaceutical companies are moving toward a global drug distribution system that will eventually help them take over the pharmaceutical market.
“Companies like Genntech, Roche and Novartis are all looking to develop drug distribution channels and services, and Next Big is uniquely positioned to help provide a complete pharmaceutical distribution network to the public,” Pips co-Founders wrote.
“Through Next Big’s ability to quickly and effectively manage and streamline the global supply chain, we are confident our company will be the most effective leader in this rapidly evolving industry.
Our investors and our board of directors will be very excited to be a part with them.”