We are now back in Berlin after three (intense) days at BIO-Europe 2015 in Munich. It was definitely a great fair. We covered the event with articles and videos to give you a live insight, (almost) as if you were there. Everything is below 😉

Day 1 :


EU’s biggest Biotech Fair, BIO-Europe 2015, is starting … NOW!


How Big can be Small in Biotech – #BIO-Europe 2015 Keynote


Exclusive from BIO-Europe 2015: Interview of Simon Moroney, CEO of leading German Biotech MorphoSys

Day 2:


To IPO or not to IPO when you are a Biotech company? #BIO-Europe 2015


Interview with Jane Dancer from F-star, a Cambridge-UK Immuno-oncology Biotech


Exclusive from BIO-Europe 2015: Interview of Peter Llewellyn-Davies, CFO at Medigene, Munich-based Immunotherapy Biotech

Day 3:


Transformational deals that shaped the Biotech industry in 2015 #BIO-Europe 2015


Last exclusive interview from #BIO-Europe 2015: Andre Hoekema, SVP Corporate Development of Galapagos

Bonus, the parties:

Of course, BIO-Europe would not be BIO-Europe without nice parties.

Day 1:


Monday night’s reception at the Bavarian residency. Very nice historical room!


One party is never enough. This was the afterparty organised by MC-Services, TVM, Forbion and Evotec. A nice crowd of top-level people dancing to electronic music.

Day 2:


Welcome to Bavaria. The second night reception was at the Löwenbraukeller. It started with a traditional dinner with nice Spätzle, beer and a classical Bavarian orchestra.


The place then changed in a rave party (kind of). Everybody was dancing with a Bayer logo flying on the walls.

And for those who had still energy left, another night party was organised at a strip club of Munich. From the echoes I got, it was a pretty strange atmosphere.

This was it. Here is all three of us before leaving the conference. We will be for sure at the next BIO-Europe, which will take place in Stockholm next March.


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  • Really great to met you guys! Thank you for all of the inside information… keep up the AMAZING work! Ohh and how many biotech companies are in the EU!?

    • Thanks Amy. We didn’t sort the game out yet 😉

  • Carlos

    BIO Europe Fall continues to be our favorite partnering conference, and Munich was no different. The partnering discussions for us were terrific. And yes, the receptions and parties were fun. Wednesday we stayed in Munich to watch football. We’re already looking forward to BEU16 in Cologne.

    • Thanks Carlos for your comment. BIO-Europe 2015 is definitely a great conference. You should come to BIO-Europe Spring in Stockholm too 😉