Pharma-giant Aspen Group released results saying the international business remained a large contributor to the group, delivering 49% of gross revenue.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Stephen Saad, Chief Executive of Aspen Group.
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We’re operating in over 150 countries around the world. We opened in Japan in July this year.— Stephen Saad, Aspen Group
A lot of people want to acquire Aspen. But we don’t need to talk to anybody.— Stephen Saad, Aspen Group
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