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Investing in Life Sciences: why we don't and why we should

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The Pitt Building, Cambridge CB2 1RP

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Find out more about the risks and rewards of investing in the complex but exciting field of life sciences.

Brought to you by Angels in MedCity, and supported by SyndicateRoom and Fieldfisher, this event will bring together a panel of experts to discuss why more angel investors should be overcoming their fears when it comes to investing in life sciences.

The event is aimed at new or existing business angels looking to enter the life sciences field.*

Discussion points

  • The range of angel investment opportunities in life sciences

  • Where to start

  • What a good investment looks like

  • What keeps angels up at night

Panelists

Fiona Neilsen Founding CEO, Repositive

Alan Cowley Invested Investor, Angel Investing Education

Barbara Lead Angel Investor

Agenda

17:30 Registration and networking

18:00 Welcome from MedCity & Syndicate Room

18:10 Introduction

18:20 Panel + Q&A

19:20 Reception

20:20 Close

About us

Angels in MedCity is an initiative developed by MedCity and delivered in partnership with leading UK early-stage investment network, Newable Private Investing (NPI), formerly known as London Business Angels. MedCity is a not-for-profit organisation, set up to promote and grow life sciences investment in London and the Greater South East.

The unique combination of life sciences sector expertise from MedCity and investment expertise from NPI, makes Angels in MedCity the leading investment destination for both business angels and entrepreneurs in the sector.


*Please note: places for the event are limited and priority will be given to investors self-certified as high net worth indviduals or professional investors.

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