Are you one of the next BII start-ups? BII is right now looking for ambitious researchers and scientists who dare to jump into the entrepreneurial world. Our latest open calls were 10 times oversubscribed, so we urge you to apply in good time for the PoC program before January 24 and our incubator program, Creation House, before February 14.
Ahead of the deadlines, we are opening the doors to the new BII lab and office facilities, where you can meet some of the projects & start-ups who are already in BII, and learn more about the open calls and the benefits of joining.
Program of the day:
12.00: Doors open, networking and light snacks
13.00: Program starts
– The opportunities for startups at BioInnovation Institute by director Thomas Nagy
– Building a business plan and a strong team by Monika Luniewska Jensen from the BII programs team.
– The Business Acceleration Academy experience by Peter Holst from the startup Inprother
14:00: Networking and light snacks:
Facility tours by lab manager Bo Heinemann
Meet the BII startups Retipharma, STipe and Inprother
Meet the BII team
15.00: Event finish
BioInnovation Institute (BII) offers networks, support, lab – and office facilities, and funding to entrepreneurs and researchers in life science. We are a Novo Nordisk Foundation Initiative, and we work for the benefit of human welfare and society.
We embrace every stage of a life science start-up, so whether the idea of pursuing entrepreneurship has briefly crossed your mind, or you already have a full business plan for your project, there is a place for you at BII.
The three BII programs
Proof of Concept: Is your next step to establish the technical proof of concept for your project? Can your research lead to a spin-out, licensing agreement or sale of IP? Read more
Business Acceleration Academy: Do you already have proof of concept? Are you ready to explore its commercial potential and develop an early business plan? Read more
Creation House: Is your team ready for incubation? Do you already have an early business plan and technical proof of concept? Read more