BIA Networking Lunch - Alderley Park

Join us on Tuesday 18th June for another popular BIA networking lunch. This is an ideal opportunity to meet new business contacts, network with members and hear from local members.

The Business Model Canvas – how to apply when scaling up

We will hear from two companies based on the Alderley Park campus who have successfully implemented the Business Model Canvas to their company while scaling-up. They will cover how they adjusted their organisational thinking to have a dual sided approach to growth, combining both improvements in efficiencies and enhanced innovation.

 

Agenda

12.00 - 13.00  Lunch

13.00 - 13.10  BIA update - Steve Bates, CEO, BIA

13.10 - 13.20  Alderley Park update - Ned Wakeman, Director, Alderley Park

13.20 - 13.40  First case study

13.40 - 14.00  Second case study

14.00 - 14.30  Networking


14.30 - 15.30  Workshop - extra workshop for early-stage companies. Opportunity to arrange on-to-one meetings with CROs on the Park. Please email awhicher@bioindustry.org to book.

Workshop - leveraging CROs driving flexible, expedient, and capital efficient R&D

The main networking event will be followed by a workshop for up-and-coming life science companies.

Join us for a chance to listen to a successful case study of a developing biotech and engage directly with CROs at Alderley Park, with Will West, CEO, CellCentric.

With world leading scientific facilities, and a thriving community of innovative businesses that challenge the norm, all set within 400 acres of parkland, find out why Alderley Park is a place like no other. The visit will provide the opportunity to meet with companies at the Park, understand the Park's vision and explore the science and tech facilities through an exclusive tour.

Venue

Alderley Park Conference Centre
Congleton Road
Nether Alderley
Macclesfield
SK10 4TG


Speakers

TBC

Cost

Free for members and non-members

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