EBD Group's Family of Events

Getting Partnerships Started

EBD Group partnering conferences are the industry gold standard. Consult the list below to find the next opportunity to take your partnering strategy to a higher level.


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BioEquity Europe 2015
May 19–20, 2015 • Vienna, Austria
BioEquity Europe 2015 is the leading venue for public and private biotech investors throughout Europe. Together, BioCentury Publications, EBD Group and BIO will be producing the 16th edition of this annual international conference in 2015.

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Medtech Partnering Forum 2015
May 27–29, 2015 • Tokyo, Japan
Medtech Partnering Forum Japan will cater to companies involved in all areas of the medical technology industry, from those serving therapeutic categories such as orthopedics and cardiovascular, to diagnostics and imaging, to those involved in platform technologies such as biomaterials and regenerative medicine.

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BioPharm America™ 2015
September 15–17, 2015 • Boston, MA, USA
Held each year in Boston, the largest and most dynamic biotech industry hub, BioPharm America is where innovative biotechnology companies, top-tier venture capital and big pharma research and development come to partner.

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Global Impact Forum™ 2015
October 7–8, 2015 • Zurich, Switzerland
Global Impact Forum™ is a unique partnering conference to facilitate transactions in social investing and philanthropy through one-to-one meetings. Global Impact Forum provides an innovative forum to partner, identify and generate investment and funding opportunities.

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BIO-Europe® 2015
November 2–4, 2015 • Munich, Germany
BIO-Europe is Europe’s largest partnering conference, serving the global biotechnology industry. The conference annually attracts international leaders from biotech, pharma and finance along with the most promising start-ups and emerging companies. It is the “must attend” event for getting business done in the biotech industry.

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Biolatam® 2015
November 16–17, 2015 • Santiago, Chile
In its first year, Biolatam exceeded expectations with over 700 registrations and 29 countries represented. Partnering was also quickly embraced with 839 one-to-one meetings scheduled over the two-day span. Next year we bring Biolatam in its second edition to Santiago de Chile, a city with a vibrant life science community. The conference is already gathering strong European support and is expected to draw an even bigger audience of engaged life science professionals.