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BIO-Europe 2018 conference recap

The BIO-Europe conference has become a staple in the European Biotech Industry, and is now in its 24th year. Bringing together delegates from all parts of the biotechnology value chain to identify, engage and enter into strategic partnerships that support the successful growth of their businesses, BIO-Europe has established itself as Europe’s largest partnering conference and a must-attend event for the global biotechnology industry. Having taken place in Copenhagen’s Medicon Valley, one of the world’s leading life science clusters, BIO-Europe 2018 continued the success of the past years. Over the course of three action-packed days, conference participants engaged in an array of networking activities ranging from evening receptions taking place in such stunning locations as the Copenhagen city hall, the royal Danish opera house and the Lokomotivvaerkstedet, a 120-year-old Central Train Workshop, to private one-to-one meetings structured around workshops panels and discussions on cutting-edge developments in the field.

BIO-Europe 2018 Highlights

26,092
one-to-one partnering meetings
5,203
licensing opportunities posted
4,354
attendees from 60 countries
2,325
companies
139
company presentations
131
exhibitors

Amidst all the hustle and bustle – the MC Services team, a long-time media partner for the event, flew to Copenhagen to support participating companies as well as arrange media activities before and during the conference.

As in previous years, the team helped host the EBD Group Press Lounge which, offered fully equipped workstations for accredited media representatives and also featured dedicated areas to conduct interviews or network with industry representatives.