At RESI, You Can Make New International Connections with Investors and Scientist Entrepreneurs

10 May

By Karen Deyo, Investor Research Analyst, LSN

Over a third of registered attendees for RESI on June 4th come from firms based outside the US. That’s an incredible audience for any early stage life science entrepreneur or investor who is looking to broaden their network and make new international connections in the global early stage life science world.

RESI’s international attendees include both startups and investors. With RESI’s afternoon track on Asia-North America Partners, LSN has seeded a venue where international connections can be made, and on June 4th RESI will be a source for both international investors and also global life science discoveries.

Life science startups from around the world have applied to the Innovation Challenge, representing countries such as Canada, France, Taiwan, and also including a large delegation from South Korea sponsored by KOTRA. Other startups attending RESI come from as far away as Australia, Argentina and Denmark.

The investors attending RESI are also from all around the world, including countries such as Malaysia, Japan and Germany. International attendees include family offices, venture capital firms, venture philanthropists and large strategic partners from across the word.
Attending RESI is a great way to meet and connect with the international life sciences community, both for companies looking to form relationships with investors and for investors looking to identify new and exciting technologies.

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