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Licensing and Strategic Partnerships in Biotechnology and Pharma: Slides from Yesterday’s Talk

oceta-logo1I spoke yesterday along with Chris Hunter, a partner at Ogilvy, and Dr. Tony Cruz of Transition Therapeutics, ric-logo1about biotech, pharma and other licensing and strategic partnering relationships.  The talk was at the ninth of this year’s ten “Growing Your Business” seminars hosted by the RIC Centre and OCETA.  The RIC Centre website now has the slides available (pdf) in case you’re interested. Over 50 people attended — a mix of bankers, entrepreneurs and academics. Many thanks to Tony for coming out, and to Pam Banks and Sharon Dotan of the RIC Centre for organizing the event.

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Breakfast Talk on Licensing and Strategic Partnerships, Tuesday, May 5

I will be speaking at a “Growing Your Business” seminar hosted by the RIC Centre and OCETA on Tuesday morning in Mississauga, along with Chris Hunter, a partner at Ogilvy, and Dr. Tony Cruz of Transition Therapeutics. We will be discussing Licensing and Strategic Partnerships in the Life Sciences sector.

Click here for the full flyer and registration info.

Tuesday, May 5th, 2009
7:30 – 10:00 a.m.

Faculty Club
South Building at the University of Toronto
3359 Mississauga Rd. North

Pre-registration $20
At the door $25
Registration fee includes breakfast & parking.

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Where We Will Be This Week

Fun week ahead.  BioFinance runs from Tuesday through Thursday. Dani and I will both be there.

I will be speaking on the Public Market Strategies for Cleantech Investing panel on Thursday, April 30 at 3pm.  Admission to the Cleantech day of BioFinance is free, and the whole conference is excellent, so come check it out at the Toronto Marriott Eaton Centre.

The rest of the week, I will be chained to my desk.

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