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Surviving the Dutch participants with their certificate

Surviving the Dutch graduation

Yesterday a group of international community members finished the second edition of the ‘Surviving the Dutch Program’ at Pivot Park. For 10 weeks they have taken Dutch lessons followed by either Dutch culture training or group activities.

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10 years Pivot Park: BioConnection

BioConnection’s operational expertise is filling vials and syringes for small to medium-sized pharmaceutical companies and Bio-techs. In 17 years since it was founded, this Contract Development and Manufacturing Organisation (CDMO) has grown into a major company with a global customer base.

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10 years Pivot Park: Oncolines

“Oncolines is a subsidiary of the Netherlands Translational Research Center (NTRC), the company I started in 2012 with my MSD/Organon colleague Rogier Buijsman,” says Zaman. “From 2012 to 2021, NTRC worked on new technologies to help develop novel drug candidates. These include a cancer cell line panel and bioinformatics analysis tools. We used these technologies to support our in-house drug discovery but also to provide services for clients. Over the years, NTRC has developed so fast that we decided to separate the precision medicine services and to expand it further as Oncolines.”

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Synaffix Named ‘Biotech Company of the Year’ at the LSX European Lifestars Awards

Synaffix B.V. (Synaffix), a biotechnology company focused on commercializing its clinical-stage platform technology for the development of antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) with best-in-class therapeutic index, today announces the Company has been awarded ‘Biotech Company of the Year 2022’ at the annual LSX, European Lifestars Awards Ceremony, held on the 14th of November at the Old Billingsgate in London, UK.

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10 years Pivot Park: Arnold & Siedsma

Arnold & Siedsma have been located at Pivot Park since the life science park’s inception. The specialist patent company helps start-ups and established companies to register and protect their intellectual property rights. “This is vital to obtain further financing and to continue to innovate” explains Petri van Someren, a partner in the company.

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10 years Pivot Park: Ardena

Ten years ago, Gerjan Kemperman expected that the demand for CDMO services would increase enormously. So when Organon/ MSD left Oss in 2012, he and a colleague started the company ChemConnection at Pivot Park to ‘fill the gap’ and offer development and manufracturing services of active pharmaceutical ingredients to biotech companies. A good decision as his company, nowadays called Ardena, has grown rapidly.

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10 years Pivot Park: Vivenics

Vivenics was one of the first companies to establish an office at Pivot Park ten years ago in 2012. The company became responsible for the Park’s IT infrastructure after the departure of MSD/Organon. Since then, Vivenics has become a well known and highly respected company in the consultancy of data integrity, cybersecurity and privacy – all essential in the field of data science.

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10 years Pivot Park: ImmunoPrecise

ImmunoPrecise’s core strength lies in its ability to quickly and efficiently adapt innovative antibody development technologies into novel therapies,” explains Debby Kruijsen who has been with the Pivot Park located company since 2012, first as a Researcher, now as General Manager.

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Pivot Park Captains' Dinner

10 years ago, Pivot Park opened its doors to the world. Thanks to your commitment, support and confidence, we have been able to grow it into the successful and innovative biopharmaceutical campus it is today.

Now it’s time to celebrate!

We are therefore delighted to invite you – along with all your fellow CEOs at Pivot Park – to a special night out featuring inspiring art, a wonderful dinner and lots of opportunities to network and exchange ideas.

Erwin Wurm | Am I a House?

For the first time, the artist shows a cross-section of his work, from Narrow Furniture to One Minute Sculptures, within the walls of a historic building. Villa Constance, a former home that today houses Museum Jan Cunen, is not only a location but also part of the conversation. Because what exactly is a house?


The development of medicines in Oss began one hundred years ago. It was then that the foundations were laid for what would become a flourishing pharmaceutical sector in the Netherlands, leading to groundbreaking discoveries such as insulin and the anti-conception pill.

Today, the entire chain is still represented in Oss, from early-stage research to the commercial scale production of medicines. Working in Oss, we focus on the health of people all over the world. Employees at dozens of companies large and small put their heart and soul into new medicines, products and services that will improve lives worldwide. Together, our strength lies in our combination of broad knowledge about the development of medicines and a thorough understanding of the requirements of high-quality production.

This shared past and common values stimulate strong bonds among everyone who works in pharmaceuticals in Oss. We build on qualities, expertise and networks that go back decades. And with a wide variety of pharmaceutical companies, suppliers and scientific institutions all located nearby, we offer an attractive business climate and an excellent basis for international collaboration.

We are proud to work together to create a better and healthier future for all, a collaboration that in turn fuels growing employment: today, most pharmaceutical jobs in the Netherlands are in Oss. Here we connect talent and companies and stimulate entrepreneurship, while our expert employees are our most important asset. Their drive ensures that Oss has an influence on health all over the world.

Pharma in Oss offers endless opportunities to startups and talent in a city and region that is a joy to live and work in. We are committed to collaboration and sustainable and successful entrepreneurship. Oss’s pharmaceutical companies are intrinsically competitive while also being committed to quality and safety. This, plus their focus on new health solutions and contemporary technology, makes us a leader in our pursuit of a better life for people worldwide.