The Life Science Entrepreneurship Development Program is an immersive and experiential training program created by an unprecedented collaboration between Montréal InVivo, the life sciences and health technology (LSHT) cluster, the Faculty of Pharmacy at Université de Montréal, and Concordia University’s John Molson Executive Centre.
During this month’s BioMarine Business Conference, which was attended by the Premier and by BIOQuébec, Anie Perrault moderated a panel on financing blue projects; participants included Aligo Innovation, The Yield Lab, and SOPER.
The following recommendations were submitted to the Minister of Finance and to the Minister of the Economy, Science, and Innovation. Their objective is to foster the growth of innovative businesses, facilitate their integration, support innovation, and recognize the contributions of the life sciences industry.
BIOQuébec welcomed the Québec government’s life sciences strategy which was unveiled earlier today, the contents of which will support the creation of value generated by the biotechnology and life sciences industry.