Victorian MedTech Trade Misson to the US and AdvaMed, October 2015

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STC and BioMelbourneNetwork are leading a major Victorian Medtech Trade Mission to the US from 4-10 October 2015.

The Mission will include participation in AdvaMed 2015  in San Diego, CA (5-7 Oct) and Minneapolis, MN, a fast-growing medtech hub in the US.

Supported by the Victorian Government, the Mission aims to assist promising companies to make new B2B connections, engage with US medtech sector leaders and peak bodies and grow market and investor readiness.

Mission members will be represented on the Victorian Pavilion and have access to exclusive events, sessions and business matching at AdvaMed 2015, along with a comprehensive program of networking events, B2B meeting opportunities and site visits to meet the needs and interests of participating companies.

Participants also have the option of joining the entire mission, just the AdvaMed component (San Diego only) or just the additional city component (Minneapolis only).

 

Submit an Expression of Interest to Participate

  • Let us know why you want to attend, any special requests for meetings at trade mission stops, dietary or travel restrictions, etc.

 

Further Information for Participants

About AdvaMed 2015:

AdvaMed 2015 is the leading MedTech focused conference in North America, bringing companies together in a uniquely multifaceted environment for business development, capital formation, innovative technology showcasing, world-class educational opportunities and networking.

The Cities:  

SAN DIEGO – Host city for AdvaMed 2015, San Diego boasts over 600 life science companies and more than 80 research institutes.

MINNEAPOLIS – Minnesota state boasts a local medtech sector second only in size to California and is home to global cardiology giant Medtronic.  Minneapolis hosting major headquarters and facilities for  industry leaders including 3M, Beckham Coulter and St Jude Medical.

Delivered with support from the State Government of Victoria

Delivered with support from the
State Government of Victoria