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Meet more key decision makers in two days than you could all year!
USD 695* - Special Pricing for Startups
Regular startup rate after July 21, 2017 – USD 895
Meet with investors and pharma executives in one-to-one meetings facilitated by the industry's leading partneringONE® system
Apply to pitch your innovation to top-tier venture capitalists, pharma and private equity investors at an exclusive pitch competition for startups**
Access advice from experts to help you lay the groundwork for your launch or commercialization strategy in the Startup Toolkit program
Gain in-depth insight from industry leaders during two days of educational sessions and workshops
Network and build relationships during evening events
Be part of the global life science community through exclusive access to keynotes and evening events during concurrent Biotech Week Boston Sept. 25–28
*Special rate only applies to first-time attendees. To qualify, eligible companies must meet the following criteria
- Have been created in the past five years
- Have fewer than ten employees
- Be developing new therapeutic products, technology platforms or digital medicine technologies
- Have aggregate financing of USD 12 million or less
**Top 20 companies selected from a pool of applicants. Apply here to pitch your company.
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Pitch your startup to a panel of judges comprising top-tier venture capitalists, pharma representatives and private equity investors!
For just USD 150 more, qualifying startup companies are invited to apply to pitch their innovations to our reputable panel of judges.
It has been a great opportunity for me to share what I do in academia with this industry and reach out to ask for partnerships in areas we could use help in and show them what we can do as well.
Center for Cellular Immunotherapies, University of Pennsylvania
Good science isn’t enough to attract investment or partnership opportunities, you have to have a good business plan, and you need to be able to demonstrate a market for the technology you are developing.
VP, Marketing and Communications
Massachusetts Life Science Center (MLSC)