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Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse Makes Strategic Adjustment To Put Laser Focus On 2013 Goals
Date:7/17/2013

oving into a larger space.

"To demonstrate that we are as strong as ever, and to help share the story on the progress we are making in the region, we recently launched a redesigned website," said Manzetti. "We are still very much involved in serving our community. The website, with a vibrant and more business-centric look, will help us share news on the progress we are making."

The new website features information about the PLSG capital investment and business growth programs as well as information about life sciences in Western Pennsylvania, while integrating social media as a news aggregator on the site.

To visit the new website, please visit www.plsg.com or call 412-201-7370 for more information.

About Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse (PLSG) (www.plsg.com)
The PLSG invests in and supports the growth of biosciences companies in western Pennsylvania. PLSG has a track record of excellence when it comes to attracting and growing life sciences companies in the region. Since PLSG began operations in 2002, it has assisted more than 400 life sciences companies and has helped create or retain nearly 6,000 jobs in western Pennsylvania. Thirty-four companies have been provided with office or laboratory space and 13 have been relocated to Pittsburgh from outside of the region. In addition, the PLSG has invested nearly $19 million in 76 companies which has leveraged nearly $900 million in additional capital to the region.

About PLSG Accelerator Fund (www.acceleratorfund.com )
The PLSG Accelerator Fund I, which had its final closing in December, 2011 at $8.1 million, currently is fully invested in eight portfolio companie
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