In recent years, alliances between pharma and biotech companies have become common, with hundreds of relationships currently in place for drug developments across virtually all high priority conditions. Such alliances are of significant benefit to pharma companies who are aiming to combat the increasing need for new product development and rapidly escalating R&D costs. For biotechs, alliances provide crucial funding that can help to maintain and expand R&D activities. These synergistic benefits have resulted in over 30% of drugs in clinical trials now being a direct product of pharma-biotech alliances. However, poor deal structure and implementation continue to contribute to the failure of almost half of these relationships. ‘Successful Pharma-Biotech Alliance Strategies’ is a new report published by Business Insights that examines the current landscape for pharma-biotech alliances and provides an in-depth analysis of the underlying factors that can determine their success or failure. Recent major joint ventures, acquisitions and licensing deals are evaluated and the latest trends and developments affecting alliance management are assessed. This report also performs a detailed examination of 9 case studies that profile varying approaches to deal structuring and relationship management, in addition to charting the current and future alliance activities of the top ten pharmaceutical companies. Volume and value forecasts for pharma-biotech deals to 2015 are also provided. Improve the effectiveness of your alliance strategies with this report’s detailed examination of the key issues influencing the success of relationships and a case study analysis of major recent alliances.