RESI@TMCx Take 2: LSN, JLABS and TMCx Team-up Again for Early Stage Investor Event

21 Jan

By Michael Quigley, VP of Market Research, LSN

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On April 11th, Life Science Nation will be bringing together hundreds of senior level executives from investment firms, corporate strategics, and emerging biotech, medtech and digital health companies to the TMCx accelerator space at the Texas Medical Center in Houston. The recent RESI Conference in San Francisco had nearly 800 registrants and a full partnering floor. The event drew so much interest that registration was shut down a week prior to the event – and we received many regretful notes from those who wished they’d signed up sooner!

In addition to the firepower that LSN brings to the table, TMCx will be showcasing their second class of digital health and medical device technologies which will be announced later this month, and JLABS will be bringing senior executives from Johnson & Johnson and a number of entrepreneurs from the JLABS incubators.

RESI@TMCx will be a venue for entrepreneurs to meet with all 10 categories of investors LSN tracks including Family offices, Corporate Venture Funds, Angel Groups, Venture Philanthropy, Venture Capital and more. The RESI Partnering Forum will allow fundraising executives to identify and book up to 16 meetings with those diverse life science investors who fit their company’s technology sector and stage of development. Through an expansive series of investor panels, RESI @ TMCx will present current topics covering investment mandates and procedures for identifying and qualifying candidates. Additionally, RESI’s workshops will provide more in-depth advice on every aspect of the fundraising process.

 

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