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Janice Bourque Discusses Challenges of Selling Product To Potential Financers

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Janice Bourque

  • Senior Vice President, Comerica Bank
  • female
  • Caucasian
  • 1956 (Age: 65 years old)
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Janice Bourque is Senior Vice President and Group Head-Life Sciences for Comerica Bank. Formerly, Ms. Bourque was President/CEO of the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council (MBC) where she led the organization for 12 years. Under her leadership, the MBC membership grew from 80 to over 400 organizations with revenue increasing from $500,000 to over $4.1 million. Ms. Bourque created multiple services, policy initiatives and the Education Foundation (MassBioEd) that focused on science education, workforce training and public awareness. Under Ms. Bourque's tenure, the MassBiotech 2010 was released which provided a blueprint for Massachusetts to remain at the forefront of the biotechnology revolution.

Ms. Bourque has held several previous senior managerial positions, including CFO of Cambridge Medical Technology Corporation, senior public accountant for Coopers & Lybrand Emerging and Middle Market Group, and as a NASA Space Science grant project manager for the first satellite payloads to be repaired by the space shuttle missions.

Ms. Bourque was a member of Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney's Transition Team. She is currently a Board of Director of the Boston History Collaborative and Chair of the Board of the Women Entrepreneurs in Science & Technology (WEST). In 2004, she was awarded the Woman of Valor Award by the American Diabetes Association and the 2004 Distinguished Leadership Award by the Huntington Disease Society for her work in public policy and public health. In 2003, Boston Magazine named her one of Boston's 100 most influential women and the Cambridge Chamber Commerce awarded her Business Person of the Year. Ms. Bourque received her MBA degree in finance and accounting and her BS degree in veterinary science from the University of New Hampshire.

Now many of you when the last part is, well you know you have to get financed. Someone's going to like your idea and you've got to come up with the money to move this along because it isn't cheap, it's very expensive and it takes a lot of time, and there's a lot of pitfalls amongst the little succe...(Full transcript available to logged in subscribers.).

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Video 4 of 6 Janice Bourque Discusses What A Young Company Should Look For In A Bank Relationship
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Video 5 of 6 Janice Bourque Discusses How A Bank Can Participate In Various Stages of Company Growth
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Video 6 of 6 Janice Bourque Discusses What Banks Are Looking For In Startup Companies
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