Join Europe’s leading regional life sciences convention Knowledge for Growth (21 May 2015)
On Thursday 21 May 2015, the ICC in Ghent (Belgium) will host the 11th edition of Europe’s leading regional life sciences convention Knowledge for Growth. Themed ‘A life sciences-driven network economy, looking beyond borders’, the event will be jam-packed with captivating lectures and panel discussions. So, don’t wait any longer and register your attendance today!
Why you can’t miss out on `Knowledge for Growth 2015′
Major challenges in healthcare? The future of agriculture? The latest trends in industrial biotech? Featuring four high-level plenary talks – Peter Piot (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine), Young Sohn (Samsung Electronics) Kemal Malik (Bayer AG) and Paul Stoffels (Johnson & Johnson) – an industry-wide panel discussion and 30+ keynote lectures from leading companies and academics, `Knowledge for Growth’ provides vital insight into the global life sciences landscape.
- New: sign up for a dedicated pharma track and discover what AbbVie, MSD, UCB and Johnson & Johnson have in their pipeline and what licensing opportunities this offers.
- New: learn from like-minded professionals during hands-on workshops on Big Data, Legal Issues, Clinical Trials or IP.
2. Exclusive networking opportunity
Knowledge for Growth is the #1 regional convention on life sciences in Europe, attended by more than 1.100 participants. Featuring a balanced blend of industry representatives, academics and institutional players, the convention boasts unique networking opportunities. The conference walking dinner on 21 May will be attended by most of the event’s speakers, FlandersBio’s Board of Directors and the entire FlandersBio team.
- New: engage in pre-event discussions and arrange valuable, one-to-one meetings with partnering360 – a powerful, dedicated networking tool for life science professionals. Each delegate will receive a personal registration link six weeks prior to the convention.
3. Innovation on display
Over 90 companies and organisations will present their activities during a special conference exhibition. You will get a birds-eye view of today’s main players in life sciences, their projects and future plans.
What’s more, you’ll have the opportunity to discover over 70 innovative research posters on scientific and technological breakthroughs in life sciences, presented by the academics behind them.
4. Job Fair
Looking for a new professional challenge? Then send your résumé by 4 May at the latest. During a special job fair, ambitious job seekers will get the opportunity to introduce themselves to leading companies looking for talent.
Register now and get the early-bird discount
Reasons enough to confirm your attendance right away! Early-bird rate – until 17 April – is € 210 (VAT excl.) for FlandersBio Members and academics. Non-members’ early bird-rate is € 350 (VAT excl.). If you’d like to attend the conference dinner on 21 May (7-10 PM), please indicate this on the registration form. Dinner costs € 65 for FlandersBio members and € 85 for non-members (both VAT excl.).
We look forward to meeting you in Ghent. If you need any further information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
The FlandersBio team
Strategic FlandersBio partners:
Jonas De Backer