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Telix moves to new U.S. Headquarters at the Crew Building in Fishers, IN

New, expanded office space will support U.S. commercialization and product development for oncology and rare disease portfolio.

Telix Americas, the U.S. operations for Australian-based Telix Pharmaceuticals Limited (ASX: TLX, Telix, the Company) has today moved into its new head office at the Crew Building in Fishers – the first tenant to commit to this development on the northeast side of Indianapolis. The 10,000-square foot space will support oncology and rare disease product development and commercialization for Telix, which has experienced significant growth since opening its U.S. headquarters in Fishers in 2020.

“This is an exciting time for our employees. With our first commercial product launched in the U.S., and others in development, Telix has a real opportunity to grow along with the Fishers community,” said Kevin Richardson, CEO of Telix Americas. “I want to thank everyone who helped make this move happen including our CFO, Michael Didocha, who has spent countless hours ensuring a smooth transition for our team.

“Telix chose Fishers as its U.S headquarters because it offers strong quality of life for our employees and because of the important life sciences ecosystem across Central Indiana,” Richardson added.

“Fishers is surrounded by top universities educating future scientists who will help companies such as Telix deliver solutions for difficult-to-treat conditions,” Richardson said. “We are excited to be a part of this community.”

The Company has grown from 4 to approximately 100 U.S. employees since 2019, including 33 who work from the Fishers location.

Indiana is home to about 60,000 people who work in life sciences – including companies that focus on pharmaceutical innovation, medical devices, and agricultural science. The sector generates about $80 billion in annual economic impact to the state.

“I couldn’t be more excited to share in the excitement of Telix’s permanent U.S. headquarters here in Fishers,” said Fishers Mayor, Scott Fadness. “Telix’s growth, combined with top-tier workforce and lifestyle amenities, is what continues to establish Fishers as a leader in life sciences in Central Indiana. We look forward to celebrating many more milestones with the Telix team.”

The new space, located at I-69 and 116th Street, is in a quickly growing area of Fishers that caters to employees and visitors alike with numerous options – from lodging to dining to entertainment – when they aren’t working. The building offers features that support a 21st Century office environment: outdoor space, a state-of-the-art training facility, significant natural light, and a common co-working café area where employees can gather in a relaxed environment.

Telix focuses on the development and commercialization of diagnostic and therapeutic (theranostic) products using targeted radiation. Telix’s research pipeline aims to address significant unmet medical needs in prostate, kidney, brain, and hematologic cancers as well as a range of immunologic and rare diseases.