BIO-Europe Spring ® 2015

2015-03-09 - 2015-03-11
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Industry: Biotech Medtech Medical devices Executives from: ● Established and emerging biotech and medtech companies ● Pharmaceutical companies ● Institutional financial firms ● Private investors including venture capital and private equity firms ● Other industry related service companies


The ninth annual BIO-Europe Spring® conference is the premier springtime partnering conference, to be held in Paris, France on March 9-11, 2015. The conference annually attracts the international “who’s who” from biotech, pharma and finance for three days of high caliber networking. BIO-Europe Spring’s world-class workshops, panels and active exhibition along with thousands of prescheduled one-to-one meetings make this event an unrivaled forum for companies across the biotech value chain to meet and do business. Attend BIO-Europe Spring and take advantage of the opportunity for more partnering meetings in the three days of the conference than in the rest of the year. Based on attendance at previous events, BIO-Europe Spring 2015 will bring together more than 2,200 executives from biotechnology, pharmaceutical and finance companies from around the world, who will engage in some 12,000 partnering meetings. Partnering at BIO-Europe Spring is powered by partneringONE®, the leading conference solution for helping life science delegates meet efficiently and effectively. partneringONE has the unique ability to manage the complex interactions among thousands of executives from many different companies. This sophisticated web-based partnering system enables delegates to screen potential partners, pre-arrange meetings and manage the entire conference partnering process. Delegates can log in and connect with the conference community, anytime, anywhere.

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