3 Reasons you should definitely attend Biotechs and the City Deal Making Event on 27 November

Last month we held a great Biotechs and the City event at J&J Innovations offices, focusing on Growth Capital and Corporate Venture Capital. An interesting debate between JJDC’s Jeanne Bolger, MS Ventures Hakan Goker and Imperial Innovations’ Nigel Pitchord took place, addressing everything from macro trends to exit strategies and board tensions.

We’ve got more in store for you at the end of the month!

Biotech and Money cordially invite you, along with a qualifed selection of Bioscience CEOs, Investors, Pharma and Financial & Professional Services organisations to an evening that will feature an exclusive 60 minute Panel and Q&A with leading industry and city stakeholders, plus ample time for informal networking during the drinks reception.

‘Biotechs and the City - Licensing and Partnerships’ is the latest in a series of evening panel and networking receptions for UK biopharma executives.

So, why should you come along this time?

1)  Get new ideas and learn from a great panel of speakers, including Jane Dancer from F Star and David Colpman, ex-Shire

2) Meet and mingle with genuine life science professionals looking to establish new connections to grow their business in a relaxed, informal setting.

3) No vendor overload - we vet attendance heavily to ensure the right mix of people are in the room.

We listened to your feedback from the last event and this time we promise you’ll have a seat!

Themes to include:

  • What does big pharma want from biotech and vice versa? Is it changing?
  • Are asset-centric vehicles more attractive to dealmakers?
  • How can you mitigate risk and maximise mutual benefit in partnerships?
  • What are the most innovative deal making structures that are working?


Jane Dancer, Chief Business Officer, F-Star

David Colpman, Former Head of Global Business Development, Shire

Ian Nicholson, CEO, F2G (tbc)

James Noble, CEO, Adaptimmune (tbc)

When: Thursday, 27 November 2014 from 18:00 to 21:30 (BST)

Where: One Euston Square, 40 Melton St., London, NW1 2FD

Spaces are limited. To find out more and to guarantee your place click here

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