The 15th MedTech Investing Europe Conference series is upon us, taking place as it does from 19-20 September 2012, at The King’s Fund, London. The event is billed as dynamic and multidimensional opportunity for investors and innovators to share common ground, and the good news for medlatest.com readers is that you can benefit from a 40% discount voucher by clicking here*!
Medtech Investing(MTI) Europe, now in its 15th iteration, is a tried and tested format, using a perfect mixture of pre-arranged one-to-one meetings, medtech company presentations, and valuable plenary sessions addressing the major issues facing medical technology today.
MTI Europe creates a powerful networking environment where investors and innovators can meet to talk business. As an attendee, you will have the opportunity to control your conference experience by booking meetings with other delegates via the Online Networker. The Online Networker will allow dialogue with other conference participants before the event and give you the opportunity to personally schedule meetings, helping you to maximise your time on-site. The time allocated for each one-to-one meeting is 20 minutes. These one-to-one meetings are great at increasing gateways for pinpointing investment opportunities and securing funding for innovations.
Medtech company presentations
Medtech company presentation sessions will provide innovators with the chance to showcase their products, stage of business, investment requirements, expected growth and exit strategy to the investor market. These presentations will be streamed for the benefit of the audience.
The event will have over 35 companies on board to present, giving investors a wider selection of opportunities for investment.
Keynote presentations will take place throughout the two days. Key sessions include:
• Innovation and industry dynamics for 2012 and beyond
• The new venture capitalist cycle
• Fundraising and bringing products to market
• Emerging market strategies: threats and opportunities
• Overcoming regulatory hurdles
• Reimbursement and cost effectiveness in healthcare economics
Roundtable sessions will take place as an alternate activity during one-to-one meeting times. They will be interactive think-tank sessions led by industry leaders and there will be plenty of opportunities to pose questions, discuss case study examples and debate on the latest hot topics.
Website for further information here.
*Campden reserves the right to refuse attendance to applicants it considers do not qualify to attend their conferences
Source: Campden Conferences