French Delegation at BioPartnering North America 2011

Anne-Sophie Proutière - 17-mars-2011 19:16:42
BioPartnering North America is North-America’s 2nd largest conference devoted to biotechnology. The 2011 edition brought together over 800 delegates from 500 companies and 28 countries. 2,500 meetings were scheduled. For the third year in a row, The French Trade Commission in Canada brought a delegation of biotech companies from France. 15 French delegates attended the event making France the most important European delegation. During the three days of the conference, the 15 delegate companies made the most of the B2B meetings and networking events to develop and increase their international business relations.   On the morning of March 2nd the delegates had the opportunity to visit local research centres: BC Cancer Agency, James Hogg Centre and the University of British Columbia (Centre for Disease Modelling, MRI Research Centre). In addition to the B2B meetings, the Ubifrance/French Trade Commission booth generated traffic, potential business and increased the visibility of the French delegation.    A great success for our delegates in 2011 and a 4th participation is already scheduled for next year.
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Arnaud Leretour: "Welcome to Business France North America! We assist French companies who want to export in North America, and North American companies who want to invest in France. Our team has both the knowledge and the experience to facilitate BtoB trade relations between the three countries. With offices and branches in New York, Boston, Toronto, Montréal, Atlanta, Detroit, Chicago, Houston, Vancouver and San Francisco, Business France North America is present from coast to coast. Close to 100 Business France experts focus on the following sectors: - Agrotech (wine, spirits, beer, beverages, food, and equipments for the agricultural and food industry) - Industry & clean tech (public works & transportation, energy & clean techs, industry) - Art de vivre & healthcare (biotechnologies, cosmetics, healthcare, fashion, luxury, culture, sport, home decor and tourism) - Tech & services (new technologies, retail and services, innovatio


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