WBBA: Life Science Innovation Northwest 2012

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The Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical Association (WBBA), presents – Life Science Innovation Northwest 2012 – an innovative approach to the region’s premier life sciences conference. Life Science Innovation Northwest 2012 (LSINW) is scheduled for July 11 & 12, 2012.  The event highlights the unique innovative environment of the Pacific Northwest’s life science sector.

Why Attend?

For Investors and partners

  • Hear from and meet executives of 100+ of the most exciting life sciences organizations in the region.
  • Benefit from candid panel discussions with the country’s leading life sciences experts.
  • Get a ‘big picture’ overview of the Pacific Northwest industry potential and the issues affecting product innovation, capitalization, and commercialization.
  • Spot early tomorrow’s innovations and vibrant new start-ups by visiting poster sessions and attending the speed-dating event

Presenting Companies and Other Organizations:

  • Showcase your organization’s innovation and mission to qualified regional, national and international investors
  • Meet 1:1 with investors, analysts, business development execs and strategic partners
  • Take the pulse on the latest life sciences investment trends from sophisticated investment and company executives
  • Network with peers, investors and potential partners.
For more detailed event information, see below or follow accompanying link to the WBBA website.

Who: Attendees come from a variety of cross sections in the industry, they include employees of public and private companies, scientists, entrepreneurs, public and private investors, and more.

What: This is a must attend event for meeting focuses on the state of the biotech industry in the Pacific Northwest and worldwide. Topics to be covered include: industry challenges, opportunities, capital availability, success stories and more. CEOs, scientists, business development executives, financiers, and anyone with an interest in biotechnology.

When: July 11th and 12th, 2012

Where: Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, WA

Cost: TBD

Contact: http://www.washbio.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=145


Seattle Cluster Snapshot

The Seattle region is one of the largest life science clusters in the US. Approximately 1-in-5 jobs in Seattle are somehow connected to the life science industry and in 2010, the annual payroll for employees in this sector totaled $4 billion.