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What you always wanted to know about overseas internationalization at BIO-Europe

The bioXclusters alliance aims to support the internationalization of European SMEs and to act as a single entry point to Europe for international healthcare players. To support this process, bioXclusters has built a network of “Gateways,” which enables win-win collaborations between European life sciences clusters and overseas markets.

In order to present new Gateway organizations, which facilitate SME softlanding in global key markets, bioXclusters organizes a session at BIO-Europe 2017 in Berlin, Germany: “Global Gateways for European life science clusters and their companies. This year´s BIO-Europe partnering event is expected to attract Continue reading

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Focusing on international expansion to Canada and America in healthcare at BIOEurope Spring

Canada is a country presenting interesting assets for European companies undergoing international expansion, as expressed by the SME members of the bioXclusters+ regions, Auvergne-Rhône-Alps (Lyonbiopole), Bavaria (BioM), Catalonia (Biocat) and  Piedmont (bioPmed).

In order to build up collaboration opportunities, the bioXclusters+ alliance, the European Strategic Cluster Partnership on Personalised Healthcare – co-funded by the COSME Programme of the European Union -, has started discussions with some cluster organisations during BIO Intl. Convention in San Francisco in June 2016. Among them, TOHealth!, an industry-led public private partnership, working as the Toronto Cluster organisation, shares our strong interest to foster external relations and our a strong focus in Personalized Healthcare. Apart from this, a mutual collaboration MoU has been signed between TOHealth! (link) and bioXclusters plus in December 2016 for building bioXclusters+ gateways in Canada.

To that end, bioXclusters+ is organizing a session within BIO-Europe Spring 2017 to compare business environments for the Continue reading