Strategic Partner means a third party, whether or not currently affiliated with the Company, hereof, which party (i) is engaged in a business which is the business in which the Company or one of its subsidiaries is engaged or a similar or related business, and (ii) either (a) subsequently purchases equity securities of the Company (or securities convertible into equity securities of the Company), or (b) enters into an agreement for one or more of the following: the licensing by the Company or one of its subsidiaries of all or any portion of its technology to such third party, the licensing by such third party of all or any portion of its technology to the Company or one of its subsidiaries, or any other coordination of all or a portion of their respective business activities or operations by the Company or one of its subsidiaries and such third party.
Strategic Partner means (i) a pharmaceutical or biotechnology company with book equity of at least U.S. $200,000,000, (ii) a pharmaceutical or biotechnology company with sales of at least U.S. $150,000,000, or (iii) a publicly traded, or division or subdivision of a publicly traded, pharmaceutical or biotechnology company with market capitalization in excess of U.S. $200,000,000.
More Definitions of Strategic Partner
Strategic Partner means a party with whom Licensee has entered into a contractual relationship, to identify a therapeutic target, collaborate in the performance of research and development of a Product or a product of which the Strategic Partner is the Proprietor. In no event may any entity that is primarily a Competing Contract Manufacturer be deemed a Strategic Partner for the purposes of this Agreement.
Strategic Partner means a Person who or which, at the time in question, has entered into, or is simultaneously entering into or has agreed to enter into, a strategic arrangement with the Corporation for the provision by either party to the other party of goods, services, technology, expertise or other value.
Strategic Partner means a Third Party with whom Licensee has entered into a contractual relationship (i) to collaborate in the performance of research or development, and/or commercialization of Product, (ii) under which such Third Party has a material interest in the commercial success of Product, and (iii) is not only intended to provide for the provision of services by such Third Party to Licensee. In no event may any entity that is primarily a Competing Contract Manufacturer be deemed a Strategic Partner for the purposes of this Agreement.
Strategic Partner means any entity or person that supplies to the Company goods or services related to the Company’s products, or manufactures for the Company goods related to the Company’s products, or manufactures the Company’s products, or Group Purchasing Organizations (GPOs), with which Executive, or one or more individuals or Company business units supervised, managed, or directed by Executive, did business on behalf of Company during the twelve (12) month period immediately preceding the Termination of Executive’s Employment. However, the term Strategic Partner shall not apply to any persons or entities listed on Attachment A hereto, which are those persons or entities with which Executive represents that Executive has a professional relationship pre-existing Executive’s employment with Company.