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Asia Biotech Invest 2013

03 Jun 2013 - 05 Jun 2013 - Hong Kong



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AusBiotech and Beacon Events have joined forces to launch Asia’s premiere event for biotech investment and capital raising: Asia Biotech Invest!

Held in the financial hub Hong Kong, the conference will bring cutting-edge biotech innovators together with Asia’s investment community to discover and fund the future of biotech.  Featuring a mix of expert keynotes and biotech company presentations, the conference merges market intelligence with investment opportunities and will act as your guide to successful biotech investment.  With Asian countries rapidly emerging as drivers of growth in both research as well as investment in biotechnology, Asia is the place to be to find new biotech projects, partners and investors.

Join 300+ biotech innovators, big pharmas, institutional investors, venture capitalists and industry analysts to discover and discuss investment opportunities on 3-5 June in Hong Kong.  

Visit www.AsiaBiotechInvest.com or email info@beaconevents.com to confirm your attendance.





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