bioXclusters plus

New! Japan Webinar with bioXclusters

“bioXclusters: An EU-Japan multi-partners alliance for supporting business in health-related life sciences"
Wednesday 17th March 2021, 9:00AM (CET) / 17:00PM (JST)
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EU-Japan Regional Cooperation good practices 3rd Webinar
Osaka Bio Headquarters (Osaka Prefecture, Japan)
bioXclusters alliance
(Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region, France / Catalonia, Spain / State of Bavaria, Germany  /Piemonte Region, Italy)

Objective: The webinar series highlights good practices between European regions & Japanese prefectures and major cities, including good practices between clusters.   
Target audience: European regions, Japanese Prefectures and major cities, clusters, SMEs and everyone interested by the topic.
Time: 9:00AM (CET)/ 5:00PM (JST)
Duration: 1 hour
Format of the webinar: Presentation followed by questions and answers   
Language: English and Japanese (simultaneous interpretation)
Tools: Zoom Webinar
Participation: Free of charge
Organised in cooperation with:
EU-Japan Regional Cooperation Helpdesk (CEEJA & CLAIR)
EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation (co-managed by DG GROW and METI)

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Multi-partner alliance for the Internationalization of Personalized Medicine Companies

BioM is a partner of bioXclusters, an alliance forged by four European bio-regions with the aim to facilitate access to non-European markets in the Life Sciences sector. Its purpose is to reduce the entry barriers to challenging global markets for small and medium-sized European companies. In addition to BioM (Bavaria), Biocat (Catalonia), BioPmed/Bioindustry Park Silvano Fumero (Piemonte) and Lyonbiopole (Rhone-Alpes) are participating.

bioXclusters develops partnerships with cluster organizations in selected key regions of the industry. Its focus is on China, Japan, South Korea, South Australia, the USA, Canada and Brazil. Target countries

We offer you the opportunity to receive internationalization support, provided by our global network partners. Jointly with local partners, support for European companies is provided including insider knowledge, information on soft landing and technology parks as well as finding adequate business partners and personal contacts to pharmaceutical or other businesses. Moreover, bioXclusters organizes partnering events.

The bioXclusters plus project funding ended in December 2017, but the bioXclusters alliance remains active with a variety of activities.

Further information:

Dr. Stephanie Wehnelt
Dr. Stephanie Wehnelt

Head of International Affairs

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BioXclusters is awarded as one of 24 european networks with the label „European Strategic Cluster Partnership“ by the European Comission.