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"All happy [start-ups] are the same, but each unhappy [start-up] fails in its own individual way." (sic, Tolstoy) Join former venture capitalist and serial biotechnology entrepreneur Greg Licholai, MD in a workshop to learn about the required elements for starting a life science company, and some of the common pitfalls that make start-ups, founders and investors "unhappy". This will be a hands-on and interactive discussion where we will use real examples of companies that were able to get off the ground effectively and those that could not get traction despite good scientific foundations.
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OneStart 2015 London Biotech Bootcamp, 6th & 7th February 2015 See all slides & videos at http://onestart.co/update/onestart-2015-london-biotech-bootcamp-slides-videos Panellists: - Daniel Perez, Founder & CEO, Oxbridge Biotech Roundtable (Chair) - Toby Basey-Fisher, PhD, Co-founder & CEO, Eva Diagnostics - Oliver Hardick, PhD, Co-founder & CEO, Puridify - Tristram Norman, Co-founder & Lead Software Developer, SimPrints OneStart, co-organised by SR One and the Oxbridge Biotech Roundtable, is the world's largest life science startup accelerator programme. Learn how you can get extended mentoring and win £100k/$150k for your business idea at http://onestart.co The Biotech Bootcamp, held in both London and San Francisco, is where the OneStart semi-finalists and mentors gather for two inten...
PillPack Review, and top biotech startups (http://angelkings.com/biotech-startups). Review of PillPack's product, CEO TJ Parker, includes what to look for when investing in biotech stocks and startups. Angel investing and startup expert, Ross Blankenship (http://angelkings.com/course) discusses PillPack's team and product as delivering important medicines. What are the top biotech companies like PillPack? Want to get information on angel investing and venture capital in biotechnology companies? If you'd like to learn about startup investing or want to see if you're an accredited investor apply at http://angelkings.com/invest. Angel Kings are the angel investing and venture capital experts. You can invest by visiting AngelKings.com and learning about top biotech startups. The fir...
Sarah Buhr visits IndieBio to check out the lab space and see what the scientists are currently working on. Subscribe to TechCrunch today: http://bit.ly/18J0X2e TechCrunch is a leading technology media property, dedicated to obsessively profiling startups, reviewing new Internet products, and breaking tech news.
StartX, the nonprofit accelerator program spun out of Stanford University, is opening a biotech laboratory in conjunction with QB3, the institute focused on molecular biology research at the University of California. The StartX-QB3 Labs consist of a 2,000-foot lab space connected to the rest of the StartX offices in Palo Alto. The lab provides equipment useful for molecular biology startups and early stage hardware startups. Kyle Russell visits StartX to find out more about their collaboration with QB3 on a new Biolab in Palo Alto. Subscribe to TechCrunch today: http://goo.gl/eg167
Steve O’Connell from RebelBio spoke to us about how far consumer biotech has come and synbio’s role in its democratization. RebelBio is a bioaccelerator from Ireland, which has a number of exciting synbio startups in its portfolio, including Helixworks (developed a platform to synthesize DNA and sell it on Amazon), Cell-Free Technologies, Perfect Day (Animal-free food). More details about Refresh on http://labiotech.eu/refresh/ If you were at Refresh find yourself in the pictures on https://flic.kr/s/aHskYZC2Xj
The Wharton Entrepreneurs Workshop, developed jointly by Wharton | San Francisco and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, features Rowan Chapman, Partner at Mohr Davidow Ventures, providing an investor's perspective on the differences between tech startups and life science startups. More information about the Wharton Entrepreneurs Workshops: http://whr.tn/QLTJHx
In this brief, I tell you about Spiber, a biotech company that has figured out how to manufacture man-made spider thread. Make sure to also check out my blog post about Spiber's completely unique products and processes: http://bit.ly/1ZvZ5o1. The Biotech Brief is meant to keep you updated on the biotech industry with short and simplified videos and articles. Please let me know what you think! Spiber's info: Website: https://www.spiber.jp/en/ Follow The Biotech Brief on social media: Twitter: @TheBiotechBrief https://twitter.com/TheBiotechBrief WordPress Blog: The Biotech Brief https://thebiotechbrief.wordpress.com/
John Allen is the founder of iBlaise Consulting and is also an innovator in the bio-tech industry. In 1996, John worked for Agouron Pharmaceuticals. Their work was instrumental in targeting HIV enzymes and Agouron was later acquired by Warner-Lambert for $2.3 billion dollars. John talks on the five core values of iBlaise, how to pair the correct C executives with an entrepreneur's personality type, and much more. Full Show Notes: http://sellingsecretsforfunding.com/john-allen Chapters: 00:04:50 Why was Warner-Lambert interested in Agouron? 00:08:40 A compelling vision and getting investors to fund you requires two different stories. 00:10:00 Entrepreneurs are full of possibilities. Investors are full of probabilities. 00:11:25 Having empathy towards what the investor is looking for is...