GOTTFRIED INTERNATIONAL, INC. IS AN INDEPENDENT MANAGEMENT CONSULTING FIRM SUPPORTING ENERGY, AGRIBUSINESS, SPACE TECHNOLOGY, BIOTECHNOLOGY, AND REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT.
EXPERTISE IN BIOTECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
Gottfried International, Inc. has supported biotechnology research and development in the U.S. and Europe since 1981 by providing our biotechnology industry clients with professional management consulting, project development, and executive search expertise. We have recruited senior executive teams for leading biotechnology companies in Europe and in the U.S. Bill Gottfried, founder of Gottfried International, Inc., recruited the senior executive team for the first biotechnology company that was established in Houston, Houston Biotechnology, Inc.
We were founding members of BIO Houston when this organization was formed to support commercial biotechnology development in the Houston Metropolitan Region. We were a founding member of BIO Texas, formed to support biotechnology development across Texas, and we were founding members of the Association of Biotechnology Companies, the forerunner of BIO, the industry's Nationwide biotechnology association. We were one of the first BIO Members in Houston.
Gottfried International, Inc. has been a corporate sponsor of The Institute of Biosciences and Bioengineering at Rice University in Houston and our firm helped form the Plant Science Center at Rice University that was organized to support advanced research in agricultural biotechnology. We remain committed to the development of a vibrant biotechnology industry in Houston, across the U.S., and worldwide.
We are working with leading biotechnology companies that are involved in kidney disease research to help find a cure. We are fundraisers for the National Kidney Foundation supporting the Foundation's work in kidney disease research, kidney health, and health care advocacy.
Our firm is dedicated to the memory of
Henry William Gottfried, Jr., CDR, U.S. Navy,
Submarine Service, WWII and Korea,
Bill Gottfried's Father who died from kidney failure,