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Nordic Life Science Days – invest, partner and network

Nordic Life Science Days – invest, partner and network

Publicerat av Tony Harkén Friday, 01 February 2013.

SwedenBIO, along with its sister organizations in Denmark, Finland and Norway – Biopeople, the Finnish and Norwegian BioIndustry Associations – invites you to an international partner and investor meeting together with the national and regional organizations of each country.

 “Each year, this meeting has attracted a growing number of visitors,” says Jonas Ekstrand, acting CEO SwedenBIO. “This year, we have expanded the sphere and we are pleased to share this invitation with our Nordic sister organizations. We are preparing to show the best of Life Science in the world’s 12th-largest economy.”

“The Nordic countries are world leaders in innovation, research and investments in Life Science. So, the place to be for partnering and networking is Stockholm City in October”, says Olivier Duchamp, Conference Director, Nordic Life Science Days. “Stockholm is one of the most beautiful capitals in the world, built on 14 islands connected by 57 bridges. Join us, breathe the fresh air and participate in the growth of the Life Science partnering community.”

The focus is on partnering and face-to-face meetings, company presentations, as well as networking, plenary and parallel sessions on major Life Science industry issues.

Four hundred delegates attended last year’s meeting in Malmö. With the enhanced Nordic focus, the organizers expect 600 participants in Stockholm. The Nordic Life Science Days (former Life Science Investment Day Scandinavia) will take place at Stockholm Waterfront on Oct 14 to 15, 2013 and replaces the previously announced BioPartnering Future Europe (BPFE) 2013 meeting.

More information at www.swedenbio.com

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