Apply to present at the 2019 Babraham Investor Conference


18-03-2019

The Babraham Investor Conference (BIC) is back to bring together like-minded investors focused on early-stage and scale-up life science and med-tech opportunities. Now, companies seeking funding of between £250K to £20M have the opportunity to pitch to an audience of potential investors on 15 May at the Babraham Research Campus, Cambridge.

Presenting slots are 15 minutes each, including Q&A. There is also ample time for networking in-between sessions and the opportunity to have an exhibition stand.

“This is a unique opportunity for entrepreneurs wanting financial support to start-up or scale-up a life science or med-tech company,” said Derek Jones, CEO, Babraham Research Campus (pictured). “Presenters at BIC will have the opportunity to pitch to a room full of potential investors and other entrepreneurs, which could be game-changing for them and their science. I would encourage those considering applying to present, to do so as soon as possible.” 

To apply to present, applicants need to email register@babraham.co.uk and they will receive a non-confidential investment profile to complete. All applications are reviewed by BIC's screening panel and successful companies will be contacted via email.

There is no charge to apply, however, there is a fee of £100+VAT from each company successful in securing a slot to present. Applications close 5th April 2019.

BIC 2019 strives to present a broad spectrum of investment opportunities with sessions focused on scale-up and venture-stage growth companies, those beyond start-up and those which are in or entering the growth stage of their development.

Registration for investors wishing to attend is also now open here.

For further information visit: https://www.babraham.com/bic-2019/

 

The Babraham Research Campus is considered to be the UK’s leading campus to support early-stage bioscience enterprise. World class research and business come together to promote innovation and strengthen links between academia and the commercial world.

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