Understanding Dunedin’s Flourishing Biotech Ecosystem
Attracting interest and investment, as well as nurturing new talent, is essential for a successful biotechnology industry.
It goes without saying that the basis of each biotech company should always be built on world-class innovation. But that is just the beginning.
In order to develop a scientific discovery into a life-changing drug, we need products or services along with talent and specialists from all kinds of fields to be involved. These can include academia, research and development facilities, regulatory biotech lawyers and intellectual property law firms, as well as business development, commercial and financial experts, and access to smart capital and partners.
This sort of ecosystem is extremely hard to find. At least, that’s what we said in 2021 at our first event, Building on our Dunedin Biotech Ecosystem. But Dunedin continues to build on its strong base and boasts one of the strongest biotech ecosystems throughout the country.
Join us at this special Connect event to find out which companies have grown, hear from the new start-ups, and learn how established and start-up companies are accessing funding.
Supported by: ASX & University of Otago
- COVID-19: We operate in accordance with the Covid Protection Framework. Due to the possibility of ongoing uncertainty around government regulations on mass gatherings in response to COVID-19 at any particular time or region, the organisers may determine to postpone the event or run the event online and On-Demand only. By registering for this event, you acknowledge and accept this possibility. Any paid tickets will be refunded in full if this occurs.