The purpose of an updated version of the Nordic Life Science Days logo is to create a stand-alone platform on a long-term base in an annual international Nordic life science event.
- We want to emphasize the Nordic collaboration, where the whole world is welcome to partner, invest and network. The previous logo was too close to the SwedenBIO graphic profile, says Jonas Ekstrand, acting CEO SwedenBIO, the host organization of Nordic Life Science Days. This year, the event colors are yellow and blue, as the meeting takes place in Sweden. Who knows, next year the logo might be red and white, and the meeting will be held in Denmark?
Nordic Life Science Days on Oct 14, 15 in Stockholm focuses on the Nordic life science, one of the top international life science hubs in the 12th economy in the world. Some of the highlights from the program are Finance, Nano Medicine, Personalized Medicine and Bio Banks as well as a Special Session on Stockholm-Uppsala.
In 2014, the meeting will take place in September, where will be announced later.
For partnering, registration and more information, please see www.nlsdays.com
Twitter: #nlsdays @swedenbio
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Partners, Registering etc.
Olivier Duchamp, Conference Director, Nordic Life Science Days
+ 33 472 270 089, email@example.com
Partners and Program
Jonas Ekstrand, Acting CEO, SwedenBIO
+46 70 302 08 96, firstname.lastname@example.org
Karina Eskilsson, Senior Manager, Communications & PR, SwedenBIO
+ 46 70 420 33 74, email@example.com
SwedenBIO helps innovative companies succeed! SwedenBIO is the national organization working for the benefit of the entire life science sector in Sweden - a member driven, private non-profit organization. The main objective is to improve and maintain industry conditions which will support prosperous growth and business development among our, today, close to 200 member companies. Our members are active in the fields of pharmaceutical, biotech, medtech and diagnostics. Our mission is to create visibility and interest for the Swedish life science and thereby support a successful life science industry. A successful industry can heal and help those patients still suffering from unmet medical needs. A successful industry creates jobs and welfare and creates opportunities for a healthier and brighter future. We’ve been successfully doing this for 10 years.