Intesa Sanpaolo Innovation Center, Cluster Spring and Assobiotec-Federchimica are pleased to invite you to the 2021 edition of the StartUp Initiative / BioInItaly Investment Forum, which will take place on 8th of April through digital streaming broadcasted worldwide starting 3:00 pm (UTC + 01:00).
Over the course of the day, startups selected by a panel of coaches and experts will present their projects focus on Red Biotech & Healthcare and Circular Bioeconomy to investors, corporations and players of the innovation ecosystem.
Since 2008, BioInItaly is the key Investment Forum for biotechnology and life sciences innovation in Italy. The 2021 edition is organized in collaboration with ITA - Italian Trade Agency and in partnership with Novamont, Bird & Bird, Ayming, Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Human Technopole, Stifel, Goodwin e LCA. At the end of the day will be assigned prizes to the most promising startups in terms of pitching and investor readiness.
As you can see in the agenda, you will have the chance to join one or more Power Sessions Digital Rooms with the startups. The goal of the power session is having a space for further questions and share contacts with startups for a next meeting. The links to the Power Sessions Digital Rooms will be shared in a specific email before the event.
THE HISTORY OF BIOINITALY INVESTMENT FORUM
Since 2008, BioInItaly Investment Forum is the key investment forum for biotechnology and life sciences innovation in Italy.
The event aims to bring together innovative businesses and projects seeking capital with financial and corporate investors from all over the world. Over the course of two days, startups selected by a panel of coaches and experts will present their projects to investors, corporations and players of the innovation ecosystem.
Since its launch, Italy’s leading event for biotech innovation has helped to attract investment of over 43 million Euros for 15 innovativestart-ups. Over the years the project has also selected and trained more than 130 start-up finalists, putting them in contact with 1,600 businesses and investors.
The BioInItaly Investment Forum & Intesa Sanpaolo StartUp Initiative kicks off with a nationwide roadshow to gather projects and submissions. Then a selection of projects embarks on a training pathway. On completing their training, the finalists are asked to present their projects before a panel of financial investors, market experts and business leaders.
More info: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.startupinitiative.com