OK, so maybe it didn’t boast two members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police who posed for selfies with visitors to the pavilion promoting biotech in Canada. Or the Boston Cream Pie push pops served by Bristol-Myers Squibb in what resembled tiny test tubes.

But Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox, which this week occupied a modest 10-foot-by-10-foot booth at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, represented a large — if less glitzy — number of exhibitors at the annual BIO International Convention that ended Thursday. More than 16,000 people from 74 countries attended the four-day event in Boston.

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