The regulatory environment and funding hurdles make creating a startup in the life sciences exceedingly complex. This BioHaven seminar has convened a distinguished panel of venture capitalists that will discuss funding opportunities and investment strategies at different firms, including both corporate venture capital firms as well as traditional, to help entrepreneurs think about how to translate and commercialize transformational ideas in the life sciences into reality.
Alternative Funding Fair! Register Now!
Register now to attend CURE's 'Alternative Funding Fair' showcasing CT Innovations (the CT Bioscience and Innovation Fund and the SBIR program), the Angel Investor Forum, the Conafay Group (Washington, DC) and Elm Street Ventures. Each firm/organization will have meeting stations set up in the Anlyan Center from 2:00pm-3:45pm, prior to the BioHaven program. One-on-one sessions are available, 15 minutes in length, on a rotating basis to connect individuals and companies with these funding resources.
Interested parties can sign-up via Eventbrite and note the firm/organization(s) with which they would like to meet. This is a first-come, first-serve program. If a request cannot be accommodated, contact information will be provided to each firm/organization for direct follow-up. Don't delay!
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CURE serves as the bioscience cluster of Connecticut, a diverse network of small and large life and healthcare sciences companies, ranging in focus from biotherapeutics, to healthcare technology, to medical devices. Universities, scientists, educators, mentors, students, entrepreneurs, business experts, service providers and investors join in to begin to complete the breadth of the network. As participants in CURE, we cultivate entrepreneurship, build bioscience companies and collaborate to ensure a sustainable, high-value bioscience and healthcare community that improves our quality of life and keeps the Connecticut community strong.