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September 13, 2019
SwedenBIO

From addressing innovation and funding to state-of-the-art patient care, SwedenBIO wraps up another highly successful NLSDays event

The seventh NLSDays united 1240 delegates from a record number of organizations across the global life science industry, to focus on improving healthcare technologies and delivery in the Nordics.

From addressing innovation and funding to state-of-the-art patient care, SwedenBIO wraps up another highly successful NLSDays event

The seventh NLSDays united 1240 delegates from a record number of organizations across the global life science industry, to focus on improving healthcare technologies and delivery in the Nordics.

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SwedenBIO
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September 13, 2019

The seventh  NLSDays united 1240 delegates from a record number of organizations across  the global life science industry, to focus on improving healthcare  technologies and delivery in the Nordics.

This  year saw an extended first day with a number of satellite events, including  educational sessions on clinical development, funding for SMEs, and advancing  ATMPs into the clinic. There was also a series of pitches to showcase the  best of Swedish and Danish life science from Medicon Valley, as well as the  inaugural Nordic Life Science Awards.

Day 2  kicked off with the Opening Plenary session, which was delivered by Niklas  Johansson, State Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Trade. He discussed  the Swedish Government’s commitment to innovation and the need for the  industry to work together. Co-creation and collaboration continued to be  common threads during many of the day’s panel discussions and seminars.  Financing and investment were also strong themes – from feeding innovation,  which always needs funding, to health economics and preparing for an IPO.

The  collaboration theme continued during day 3’s panel sessions and seminars,  which focused on metabolic diseases, oncology and individualized medicine.  Discussions moved on to address how organizations across the Nordic ecosystem  can work together to leverage local strongholds, and take a globally leading  position for addressing future healthcare challenges.

The  event also featured 46 company presentations with updates from organizations  of all sizes, and 2 750 partnering meetings for delegates throughout the  event.

Olivier  Duchamp, Managing Director, NLSDays wrapped up the show:

– We  would like to thank our regional co-hosts, our Nordic consortium partners,  sponsors, exhibitions, presenters, speakers and delegates for making this  such a great event. We are also happy to be back in Malmö for  the next two upcoming years. This is really a hotbed for life science  and business partnerships. See you again next year on September 8-10!

NLSDays in brief

Companies/organizations:  790

Registered  delegates: 1 240

Meetings  scheduled: 2 750

Malmö again next  year

NLSDays  will return to MalmöMässan next year, join us from 8-10 September 2020.

Contacts

NLSDays
 
Olivier DuChamp
 Managing Director, NLSDays
 olivier.duchamp@swedenbio.se
 
+33 (0) 467 912 113

Editorial enquiries
 
Kate Whelan
 Notch Communications
 Kate.whelan@notchcommunications.se
 
+46 (0) 702 381 149

About NLSDays

NLSDays, which is organized by  SwedenBIO, has grown rapidly since its launch in 2012 and has developed into  the largest Nordic partnering conference for the international life science  industry. 

About SwedenBIO

SwedenBIO, the trade association  for the Swedish life science sector has more than 260 members operating across all  sub-sectors from pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical technology to  diagnostics. SwedenBIO serves to the benefit the entire life science industry  in Sweden and is a member-driven, private, non-profit organization. The main  objective is to contribute to improving the conditions for the life science  industry for the benefit of industry growth and business development.  Sweden’s life science industry accounts for 20% of Sweden's net exports.

Last updated:
September 13, 2019

SwedenBIO

SwedenBIO helps innovative companies succeed! SwedenBIO improves the business climate for our 200 member companies and the life science industry. In addition to advocacy and promotion of industry interests, through our member services we enable professional development and knowledge and experience exchange.

Click here to read more about us!
Get in touch with us!
Visit us

SwedenBIO Service AB
Wallingatan 24
S-111 24, Stockholm

Send us mail

SwedenBIO Service AB
Wallingatan 24
S-111 24, Stockholm

The seventh  NLSDays united 1240 delegates from a record number of organizations across  the global life science industry, to focus on improving healthcare  technologies and delivery in the Nordics.

This  year saw an extended first day with a number of satellite events, including  educational sessions on clinical development, funding for SMEs, and advancing  ATMPs into the clinic. There was also a series of pitches to showcase the  best of Swedish and Danish life science from Medicon Valley, as well as the  inaugural Nordic Life Science Awards.

Day 2  kicked off with the Opening Plenary session, which was delivered by Niklas  Johansson, State Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Trade. He discussed  the Swedish Government’s commitment to innovation and the need for the  industry to work together. Co-creation and collaboration continued to be  common threads during many of the day’s panel discussions and seminars.  Financing and investment were also strong themes – from feeding innovation,  which always needs funding, to health economics and preparing for an IPO.

The  collaboration theme continued during day 3’s panel sessions and seminars,  which focused on metabolic diseases, oncology and individualized medicine.  Discussions moved on to address how organizations across the Nordic ecosystem  can work together to leverage local strongholds, and take a globally leading  position for addressing future healthcare challenges.

The  event also featured 46 company presentations with updates from organizations  of all sizes, and 2 750 partnering meetings for delegates throughout the  event.

Olivier  Duchamp, Managing Director, NLSDays wrapped up the show:

– We  would like to thank our regional co-hosts, our Nordic consortium partners,  sponsors, exhibitions, presenters, speakers and delegates for making this  such a great event. We are also happy to be back in Malmö for  the next two upcoming years. This is really a hotbed for life science  and business partnerships. See you again next year on September 8-10!

NLSDays in brief

Companies/organizations:  790

Registered  delegates: 1 240

Meetings  scheduled: 2 750

Malmö again next  year

NLSDays  will return to MalmöMässan next year, join us from 8-10 September 2020.

Contacts

NLSDays
 
Olivier DuChamp
 Managing Director, NLSDays
 olivier.duchamp@swedenbio.se
 
+33 (0) 467 912 113

Editorial enquiries
 
Kate Whelan
 Notch Communications
 Kate.whelan@notchcommunications.se
 
+46 (0) 702 381 149

About NLSDays

NLSDays, which is organized by  SwedenBIO, has grown rapidly since its launch in 2012 and has developed into  the largest Nordic partnering conference for the international life science  industry. 

About SwedenBIO

SwedenBIO, the trade association  for the Swedish life science sector has more than 260 members operating across all  sub-sectors from pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical technology to  diagnostics. SwedenBIO serves to the benefit the entire life science industry  in Sweden and is a member-driven, private, non-profit organization. The main  objective is to contribute to improving the conditions for the life science  industry for the benefit of industry growth and business development.  Sweden’s life science industry accounts for 20% of Sweden's net exports.

Last updated:
September 13, 2019

SwedenBIO

SwedenBIO helps innovative companies succeed! SwedenBIO improves the business climate for our 200 member companies and the life science industry. In addition to advocacy and promotion of industry interests, through our member services we enable professional development and knowledge and experience exchange.

Click here to read more about us!
Get in touch with us!
Visit us

SwedenBIO Service AB
Wallingatan 24
S-111 24, Stockholm

Send us mail

SwedenBIO Service AB
Wallingatan 24
S-111 24, Stockholm