Tuesday, 23 June 2020
Inviting new, curious, and aspiring entrepreneurs to join us for a one-day workshop on the business end of science. We explore the many paths from lab bench to market – where to start, or if you should start at all.
Investigational therapies, new tools, and promising technologies are quickly advancing in stem cell science and regenerative medicine. In step, more than 20 percent of ISSCR members surveyed indicate near-terms plans to start a business or an interest in doing so. In response to the changing dynamics of our field and the interests of our members, in 2020 the ISSCR is introducing new programming to address entrepreneurism and pathways from discovery to business venture. The program will address:
- [Readiness] Is your science and technology ready for commercialization?
- [Modeling] What is the right business and investment model to pursue?
- [Pitching] What are the essential components of a strong business plan and pitch?
- [Funding] What should I expect from investors and how does the money really work?
This full-day program will focus on threshold considerations in building a business model, attracting investment – and real stories from the people doing it.
Location: Boston Convention and Exhibition Center
Date: 23 June, 2020
Price: $205 (trainee members), $225 (full/affiliate members), $245 (nonmembers). All prices in USD.
Who Should Attend?
This program is designed for anyone interested in starting a business and moving discoveries from the bench to market.
How to Register
You may register for the Workshop only or in conjunction with the ISSCR 2020 Annual Meeting. If you have already registered for ISSCR 2020 you may modify your registration to add the Workshop. Registration will be offered onsite only if there is space available. Seating is limited, however, and registration will close early if all seats are sold. Register early to reserve your spot!
Until 08 May, 2020
Please email a cancellation notice
No refunds will be granted.