Chief Business Officer

Reports to CEO

Position based in Boston with 20 percent time spent in China

Position Summary:


The Chief Business Officer will be a key member of the senior leadership team.  In partnership with the CEO he or she will be and responsible for company global corporate development, business development, strategic and commercial planning.  The person will take the lead in developing company product acquisition strategies and in identifying and generating strategic and transactional opportunities to support the global positioning and growth of the company.  The person will supervise and lead global market assessment and business plan development for an existing product portfolio plus incoming product opportunities. He/she will formulate transaction models, and lead business negotiations and develop and manage strategic partnerships.


Key Responsibilities:


Lead the development of company long-range planning and product pipeline strategy.

Define and identify highly unmet medical needs with high commercial potentials and developing business plans for all CANbridge product candidates in China and key markets in Asia, Europe and Americas.

Manage a two-person China-based business transaction and analytical team and lead market assessment, full due diligence, and business planning for incoming product and business opportunities.

Develop deep and credible network with innovators and entrepreneurs and strategic investors, participate in company roadshows and key investor and business conferences.

Define supply chain requirements and develop strategy for product launch in major markets outside China.

Develop and implement robust business models for enabling strategic alliances and partnerships

Site supervisor of CANbridge Boston office.

In line with the growth of the business recruit,  lead, develop, motivate and mange high quality employees that will result in the establishment of a world-class organization.




A minimum of a MD/PhD degree in medicine/pharmacy or related field required. An MBA is preferred.

A minimum 15 years of business development or equivalent experience in a best-in-class, biopharmaceutical company with close interactions with strategic marketing or product launch activities.

Extensive experience in global business transactions, in and out-licensing and co-development, deal making and negotiations.

Self-starter that is assertive, possesses a high degree of self-confidence and intellectual curiosity.

Proven  ability to identify/define businesses questions and issues and develop strategic, analytical and financial frameworks to conduct analysis.

Strong communication, leadership, teamwork and interpersonal skills are required. 

This person must possess a strong ability to manage multiple projects across functional areas, and work independently when appropriate, in teams and as a sub-team lead.

Demonstrated ability to lead and influence cross-functional programs is required.

Excellent oral and written communication skills, with the ability to interact effectively with all levels of management.

Professional or cultural experience in the Asia Pacific region preferred.

Languages: English, and Mandarin strongly preferred.



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