UK Department for International Trade
A number of companies shown here with profiles and logos are financially supported by the UK government's Tradeshow Access Programme.
Chris HowieEuropean Life Science Specialist
Exhibiting at booth 7a with the UK delegation
BioPartner UK leads the UK Delegation to several partnering conferences each year. It is a UK Accredited Trade Organisation facilitating international partnering for trade, investment and collaborations with Life Sciences organisations across the UK. BioPartner is a membership organisation, supporting UK SMEs and startups, and signposting organisations worldwide to UK expertise.
BioPartner has alliances with organisers of international biopartnering events, and with UK membership organisations, operating both independently and in partnership with the UK government. BioPartner disseminates tradeshow access grants to help UK-based SMEs exhibit their services and products in new overseas markets.
Della BatesonOperations Manager
Lin BatesonChief Executive
Exhibiting at booth 5
MedCity is the life sciences organisation for London and the greater south east of England, incorporating the Golden Triangle of Cambridge – London – Oxford. The region is home to world-class academic institutions including King’s College London, Imperial College London, Queen Mary University of London, UCL, The Francis Crick Institute, The Institute of Cancer Research and the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge.
MedCity provides a front door into the life sciences ecosystem for companies, investors and the life sciences real estate sector. MedCity can help to connect you to find the expertise, resources, infrastructure, places and people needed to grow your company and we support companies to understand the route to market and regulatory frameworks.
MedCity works across all human health focused life sciences modalities – advanced therapies, biopharmaceuticals, medical technologies, diagnostics, digital health, data and AI applied to healthcare.
MedCity connects excellence across academic centres, the health service (NHS) and industry.
Ilias ZapantisProgramme Manager
Phil JacksonProject Director
The Life Science Network for Wales
Founded in 1992, MediWales is the life science network and representative body for Wales. MediWales provides advice, support and business opportunities for our members, whilst promoting collaboration within the life science and health technology community in Wales.
With 180 members, our network is largely made up of life science organisations, pharmaceutical services and medical technology companies. We actively encourage engagement with the clinical research community and our membership includes NHS health boards and universities. We are an independent, not-for-profit limited company.
Our mission is ‘The advancement of human life science in Wales.’
Our focus is creating opportunities for our members.
Debbie LaubachOperations Manager
UK BioIndustry Association (BIA)
Established in 1989, the BIA (BioIndustry Association) exists to encourage and promote a financially sound and thriving bioscience sector within the UK economy and concentrates its efforts on emerging enterprise and the related interests of companies Founded over 20 years ago at the infancy of biotechnology, the BIA is the trade association for innovative enterprises involved in UK bioscience. Members include emerging and more established bioscience companies; pharmaceutical companies; academic, research and philanthropic organisations; and service providers to the bioscience sector. The BIA represents the interests of its members to a broad section of stakeholders, from government and regulators to patient groups and the media. Our goal is to secure the UK's position as a global hub and as the best location for innovative research and commercialisation, enabling our world-leading research base to deliver healthcare solutions that can truly make a difference to people's lives. For further information, please go to www.bioindustry.org