Amgen was one of the first biotech companies to establish operations in the Middle East.Founded in 2006, Amgen’s local organisation has since launched activities in several countries in the Middle East, as well as Turkey and South Africa. The headquarters for Amgen’s Middle East, Africa and Turkey, or MEAT, operations is located atDuBiotech.
The meeting was attended by Rolf Hoffman, Senior Vice President-Commercial Operations, Amgen International; Dr Amina Al Rustamani, CEO of TECOM Business Parks; Dr Marco Baccanti, Executive Director of DuBiotech, and Ashraf Allam, the Regional Managing Director of Amgen headquarters for Middle East, Africa and Turkey.
Currently, DuBiotech hosts some of the world’s top pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies and has firmly established itself as a globally recognised centre for the life science industries.
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