6 April – EU Tech Chamber Finance Commission – After Event

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Our Finance Commission held today a very interesting Digital Panel on the topic “Investing in Biotech” in our EU Tech Virtual Center.

Thank you so much to our key-note speaker Ricardo Llavona Fernández, Founder and Healthcare Advisor of BIOCREW Healthcare, who talked about Biotech in general as industry, latest trends, key points for startups that look to raise capital and what investors look for in them; and to our panellists: Dr. Georges Rawadi, CEO of YSOPIA Bioscience for sharing his knowledge and interesting points of view as an executive who has scaled up his company successfully and Dr. Patrick Guye for also sharing his perspective as an executive and as a Co-founder of Trilliome, a Biotech startup. Last but not least, thanks also to our Finance Commission Board Member Nathalie Kazzi, CEO of Blue Tree Advisors for her welcome note, to Florian von Tucher, Chairman of our EU Tech Chamber for his presentation about the Chamber, Benedikt Grütz, Vice President of the European Senate of Economy and Technology for his presentation of the Senate and to Manuel Gonzalez Villavecchia, Director Finance Commission, for moderating the whole event.

We are very grateful for your participation and support. See you soon!

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