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Midlands Engine: BIO 2017 International Convention Trade Delegation
Mon, 19 Jun 2017, 09:00 – Thu, 22 Jun 2017, 18:30 PDT
Join the Midlands Engine trade delegation to BIO 2017
Taking place this June, the BIO international convention is one of the largest and most prestigious international Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical partnering events in the world. In recognition of the Midlands expertise in the sector, the Midlands Engine is taking a trade delegation to BIO 2017.
Why join the delegation?
The convention attracts thousands of biotechnology and pharma leaders, who come together for one week of intensive networking to discover new opportunities and promising partnerships. BIO 2016 attracted 15,900+ attendees from 5,000+ companies including the leading biotech companies, top 25 pharma companies, top 20 CROs and CMOs, more than 300 academic institutions including the major research labs and government agencies, as well as leading consultants and service companies.
Key technologies and product categories who should consider visiting the exhibition include:
Plant & Animal Made Pharmaceuticals
Clinical Research & Lab Services
Drug Discovery & Development
Stem Cell Research
What’s different about BIO?
Alongside an array of conference presentations, world-renowned speakers and networking events, BIO also hosts 35,000+ 25 minute partnering meetings with biotechnology companies utilising an online system that allows you to communicate directly with prospective investors and senior business and scientific management executives. Through this system, you can invite companies and accept invitations to meet, and once your meetings are mutually accepted, the scheduling is done for you so you arrive with a plan! It enables business in the biotech and pharma industry to be conducted without travelling all over the world.
Register your interest:
To receive more information on the market visit and financial support and assistance available to Midlands companies, please register your interest, free and without obligation.