Victorian Medtech Trade Mission to the US in October 2016
The BioMelbourne Network, on behalf of the State Government of Victoria, is proposing to lead a major Medtech Trade Mission to the United States including attendance at AdvaMed 2016 – the largest annual medical technology conference on the US calendar.
We are currently seeking expressions of interest from Victorian medical technology companies, including medical devices, diagnostics and digital health providers, to participate in the mission.
13th-14th Oct Boston, MA
16th-19th Oct Minneapolis, MN – AdvaMed 2016
20th-21st Oct Minneapolis, MN
Further details can be found in the information pack.
There will be a Medtech Mission Information Session on Wednesday 27th July. This session is free of charge, however online booking is required.
Date: Wednesday 27th July
Time: 3:45pm – Registration, 4:00pm to 5:30 pm – Mission Briefing Presentation
Venue: Victorian Government Investment Centre, Level 46, 55 Collins St, Melbourne
The proposed mission aims to support high-growth potential medical technology companies to make new B2B connections, engage with US medtech industry leaders, grow market and investor readiness and gain traction in this key export market.
Who should attend?
Companies with an interest in the US medical technology sector looking for US market entry, seeking investment, strategic partnerships, licensing deals, service provider contracts, business expansion, client engagement and international networking opportunities.
You will gain a deeper knowledge of the US medtech market, insight into capital raising in the US and a greater understanding of partnering products and technologies with US companies. Experience the US medtech scene first hand and increase your connections, guided by the experienced mission leaders who will be on-hand to help you achieve your mission objectives.
The information session is free of charge however bookings are required.
If you would like to register your interest in joining the mission prior to the information session, please contact BioMelbourne Network CEO, Dr Krystal Evans on 03 9667 8181.