How does the site work?
Global companies profile their partnering opportunities on the website, covering both out-licensing and in-licensing. You or anyone looking for technologies, products and new opportunities can view and search the website.
If you see any opportunities that may be of interest, you can contact the company involved with the opportunity directly so you can find out more and develop a potential partnership.
Who can use the site?
Anyone involved in business development, licensing and corporate development seeking to network and establish communications with prospective partners. Our audience is made up of the most senior decision makers CEO's, Chairmen, VP's, Licensing and Business Development mangers, ensuring the right people are looking at your opportunities.
For further information, view our global audience
Why should I register? What are the benefits?
By registering with Pharmalicensing, you can immediately contact potential partners via the email system along with signing up for the weekly newsletter that provides with the latest partnering opportunities and our real time alerts.
How do I register?
Registration is free of charge or obligation. Simply complete the online registration form
What is "Your account"?
This is the area on the Pharmalicensing website that allows you to:
How do I access "Your account"?
- control your email alert preferences
- update your account personal details
- manage your company profile
- view any active subscriptions
To access "Your account" you must be registered
at Pharmalicensing. Once registered, log in using your username and password and you will be taken to the "Your account" area. If you are already logged in, simply click the "Your account" link at the top of the screen.
Alerts & Newsletters
What is the weekly newsletter?
Our weekly electronic newsletter is a summary of the week's updated licensing opportunities and profiling companies from the website. Subscribe to the free newsletter here
. If you wish to unsubscribe, click on the link at the end of the newsletter.
What are email alerts?
Our unique automated service delivers email alerts in your chosen areas, to inform you of the latest:
How do I subscribe to email alerts?
- out-licensing opportunities
- in-licensing needs
- company profiles
- conferences and events
To receive or update email alerts, you need to:
- log into the site using your username and password
- go to "Your account"
- select 'Update/setup your alerting preferences'
- select your desired settings and click 'Save these options'
To unsubscribe from email alerts, select 'Update/setup your alerting preferences', clear the ticked boxes, and click 'save these options'.
Opportunities and needs
What does it cost to use Pharmalicensing?
Pharmalicensing is free to browse and search, and you can register to receive our newsletter and alerts at no cost or obligation.
We do charge a fee for profiling your company and its partnering interests and service offerings on the site. In return we will professionally market and promote you to the largest business development community available online or offline.
How do I contact a company?
If you are interested in an opportunity on the site, you can contact the company offering the opportunity direct. Each company profile has full contact details, which you may access to learn more about company and its opportunities.
What happens to my credit card details when I make an online purchase?
When you click to purchase a product from our website, you are transferred to WorldPay, a secure external payment site. Here you can safely enter your credit card details and make your purchase. After the payment details are processed, you will receive an email confirming your purchase that will be followed by the delivery of your product.
Posting information on Pharmalicensing
Can I post events on the site?
Yes, to post any events on the website, please send the event details via email
. We will then consider your submission and post any relevant events upon the site.
Can I post articles on the site?
Yes, to submit any biotechnology, pharmaceutical, licensing or therapeutic based articles
you must be a Pharmalicensing Intelligence