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Innovation Forum 2017 – Leaders Conference

04/12/2017 to 09:00 - 05/12/2017 to 21:00

£60 - £2400


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World-Leading Conference to Link Early-Stage Ventures with Investment and Support Industry-Academic Partnerships to drive Bio-innovation

The Innovation Forum – Leaders Conference is a C-level conference gathering top leaders from industry, academia, and government and mixing them with early-stage ventures investors and researchers. The conference is now in its fourth year and previous editions brought together over 1,300 delegates, stimulated thousands of conversations and catalyzed numerous partnerships for the next generation of innovative technology.

CEOs, prominent investors and top innovators will deliver keynote speeches and head discussions on the latest trends in Therapeutics, Diagnostics, and Medtech as part of our 2-day extensive programme of presentations and workshops.

The conference is centered on innovation in deep science industries, with a particular focus on pharmaceutical, biotechnology and healthcare sectors.

The conference seeks to nurture innovation by creating platforms for open discussion through:

– 1-2-1 partnering link-ups (powered by partneringLITE software)
– Eminent keynotes
– Executive fireside chats
– VIP dinner

The event promises to ignite fresh ideas and partnering opportunities. We believe that the best innovation is driven by interdisciplinary cross-talk. The conference will also provide an interactive platform for emergent technologies to be showcased in regard to these sectors.

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Details

Start:
04/12/2017 to 09:00
End:
05/12/2017 to 21:00
Cost:
£60 - £2400
Event Category:
Website:
http://inno-forum.org/if2017/

Organizer

Global Innovation Forum Limited
Email:
info@inno-forum.org

Venue

The Examination Schools
75-81 The High Street
Oxford, OX1 4BG United Kingdom
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Phone:
01865 276905
Website:
http://www.venues.ox.ac.uk/venues/examination-schools/

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