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Dr. David Dime tells the story of the growth of Toronto Research Chemicals from a one-man part-time company in 1982 to a world leader in the manufacture of complex organic chemicals for biomedical and …

Dr. David Dime tells the story of the growth of Toronto Research Chemicals from a one-man part-time company in 1982 to a world leader in the manufacture of complex organic chemicals for biomedical and pharmaceutical research.

An audio file of this presentation can be accessed by going to http://www.marsdd.com/ent101 and clicking on the February 6, 2007 session,
Entrepreneurship 101 - Science and business do mix: The Toronto Research Chemicals story

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  • 1. Our business concept: - custom synthesis of complex organic molecules - market the products and Intermediates - supplement the sales by repackaging of bulk chemicals
  • 2. Metropolitan Toronto Business Journal Dec. 1988
  • 3. Growth
  • 4. Sales
  • 5. Flexibility Personalized attention Technical expertise and scientific innovation
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  • 9. www.TRC-Canada.com
  • 10. Carbohydrates and Oligosaccharides Glycosidase Inhibitors Mutagens Protein Kinase C Activators and Inhibitors Nitric Oxide Methanethiosulfonates Nicotine Derivatives Drug Metabolites and research standards
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