Oklahoma City businessman unveils new online marketplace at annual Biotechnology conference (The Oklahoman)
SAN FRANCISCO — Oklahoma City's Max Doleh brought a new online concept that connects buyers and sellers of biotechnology services to San Francisco on Tuesday amid the world's largest biotechnology conference that is designed just for that purpose.
As an estimated 15,000 scientists, university researchers, business executives and economic development professionals gathered for the annual Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) convention at the Moscone Center, Doleh proposed a more efficient way of showcasing technologies or service.
Doleh unveiled BioMarketplace.com, a Web-based business that he described as a “business relationship facilitator” that encourages direct communication between buyers and sellers.
Doleh is a serial Oklahoma City entrepreneur whose Sigma Blood Systems sells a quality assurance software product that is used by about 35 percent of the nation's blood collection agencies.
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Posted on Tue, June 7, 2016
by Nate Fisher