The Government of Canada at BIO International Convention 2018
June 4, 2018 — June 7, 2018 — Boston, Massachusetts
The National Research Council of Canada (NRC) is excited to participate in the BIO International Convention as it celebrates 25 years of innovation this year! Our Human Health Therapeutics (HHT) and Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) teams are planning a full program for 2018 in collaboration with Global Affairs Canada (GAC), Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED), and BIOTECanada.
Prepare for the conference: Global Catalyst Program
Starting April 19, BIOTECanada and the Government of Canada are providing a suite of services to optimize Canadian small and medium-enterprise (SME) performance at BIO 2018. The Global Catalyst Program will help Canadian entrepreneurs enhance the quality of their engagement with potential partners by providing insight into the multinational side of the negotiation table, and honing the delivery of their value proposition. The program will be delivered through a series of webinars and one-on-one coaching sessions.
|Date||Session||Registration||Number of companies accepted|
|April 19||Webinar: what are multinationals looking for when they partner with SMEs?||Register||Unlimited|
|Starting April 26||Building your profile in the BIO business partnering system: personalized advice from in-licensing expert||Register||20|
|May 4||Webinar: how to prepare a great pitch for BIO||Register||Unlimited|
|May 10 - 21||Partnering meeting simulation||Register||20|
|After June 7||Post-conference support||Register||20|
Partner with the NRC
At the conference, discover how you can collaborate with Canada’s largest biologics team to develop innovative therapeutics and vaccines! Book a business partnering meeting with our representatives today!
|Business Representative||Scientific Representative|
Connect with us at the Canada pavilion!
The federal biotech family will be out in full force at the Canada pavilion (651), alongside BIOTECanada, provincial life science organizations, and the provincial governments of Quebec (751) and Ontario (551).
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