Happy 8th Birthday to Matchbook

This week marked the eighth (official) anniversary of Matchbook, my procurement and sourcing consulting firm and my first entrepreneurial endeavor. I received hundreds of personal messages of congratulations and best wishes. Thank you! The idea for Matchbook came from my own experience on both the supplier and client sides of this business. I couldn’t believe how […]

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Happy Holidays

    On behalf of the tealbook team, we thank you for the incredible amount of support received over the past year from across (and outside) of the industry. We have learned so much and gained many friends, advisors and advocates throughout this journey. We hope you all get a well deserved rest and enjoy precious time with […]

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Advance Stakeholder-Supplier Collaboration at ProcureCon Pharma

  Our team is excited to be actively involved at ProcureCon Pharma next week. Please see below Greg Kresge’s perspectives leading up to the event: Over the past few years, sourcing and procurement in the pharmaceutical space has changed dramatically. As Pharmaceutical companies have transformed product portfolios, optimized capital infrastructure, reduced employee base, and managed […]

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Celebrating tealbook’s first birthday and beating the odds

It’s hard to believe that 12 months ago today, I was sitting in front of my computer with an empty tealbook. I had spent five years trying to kill the idea, not sure I wanted to add one more thing to my already busy life. I knew the odds of startups were low- although I […]

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The next big thing…introducing tealbook’s corporate membership!

Every day has been a big day since tealbook launched eight months ago. We have reached many exciting milestones in our journey to help clients efficiently connect with suppliers. It is extraordinary to witness the power of hard work and collaboration. But hard work alone is not enough. Understanding the industry and its challenges has […]

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Super Powered Sourcing For Small Biotech Companies

When I launched matchbook in 2008, searching for suppliers mostly relied on employees, with or without the support of procurement. I started matchbook to help employees spend their time more efficiently, while matchbook did all of the due diligence to find the strongest suppliers based on their specific needs and manage the process until selection. This approach saved […]

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Patient Stories: Snow & Companies

Our supplier feature series gives me a great opportunity to highlight some of tealbook’s supplier members across a range of different services. These featured suppliers come highly recommended by clients, so if one of these suppliers is relevant to your business, please add their profile to your tealbook. Their profile includes various ways to learn […]

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From Big Pharma to startup! We welcome Greg Kresge to our team

I am very excited to welcome Greg Kresge to our growing team. Since launching tealbook, I have been blessed with support from people that believe passionately in what we are doing and how tealbook is disrupting the RFP process in a positive way. I first met Greg when we were collecting feedback from procurement and […]

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Global Healthcare Communications Network – Indigenus

In our second supplier series, I’m pleased to introduce Indigenus, a global healthcare communications network dedicated to helping clients grow their brands. Indigenus has an innovative and unique multi-local model that drives topline growth across brand portfolios through creativity and innovation, and improves the bottom line through a breakthrough business model. They offer full-service capabilities, are […]

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Where is the RFP?

Matchbook recently managed an RFP for a client searching for a Contract Manufacturing Organizations (CMO) partner. We searched across the industry to identify the best potential candidates for our client. We gathered a lot of recommendations from other clients and trusted industry contacts. Based on our client’s specific requirements, we identified 11 CMOs that seemed […]

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