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SwedenBIO and College Hill Partner to Promote Nordic Life Science Days

Press Release   •   Jun 10, 2013 09:00 EDT

SwedenBIO  is pleased to have secured an international communications partnership with College Hill Life Sciences, part of the international business communications consultancy College Group. SwedenBIO are the organisers of Nordic Life Science Days, an extended version of the annual Life Science Investment Day Scandinavia, which will be held at Stockholm Waterfront, 14-15 October 2013 in collaboration with its sister organisations in Denmark, Finland and Norway.

Nordic Life Science Days will showcase innovation from Nordic Life Sciences companies and facilitate a platform for collaboration between investors and partners from global pharmaceutical, biotechnology, diagnostic, medtech and digital health industries.

Commenting on College Hill’s partnership with SwedenBIO and support of Nordic Life Science Days, Sue Charles, Managing Partner, Life Sciences, said: “The life science industry is in very good shape in the Nordic countries. Their stable economies make them a good base for business. Our Nordic client base is growing and by working with and supporting this new event, we aim to strengthen and deepen our business base in the Nordic countries.”

Jonas Ekstrand, acting CEO of SwedenBIO said: “Over the last seven years, the Life Science Investment Day Scandinavia has become an increasingly popular event.  By further expanding into the Nordic countries and by collaborating with College Hill, we aim to strengthen our international relationships and hope to reach new target groups.”

College Hill is a leading international business communications consultancy.  Its Life Sciences team is unique in that it has expertise across financial, corporate, healthcare and marketing communications and integrates design into its communications mix.  College Hill Life Sciences also offers seamless global outreach with teams located in the UK, Germany, Australia and the US.  Its client base spans pharma, biotechnology, medical devices, diagnostics, healthcare, laboratory supply and service providers in addition to venture capitalists, recruitment companies, not-for-profit, academic institutions and science-associated bodies.

For further information:

Sue Charles

Managing Partner, Life Sciences
+44 (0)20 7457 2020
sue.charles@collegehill.com

Karina Eskilsson

Communications Manager, SwedenBIO
+46 8 213132
karina.eskilsson@swedenbio.com

Notes to Editors

About SwedenBIO

SwedenBIO is the national organization working for the benefit of the entire life science sector in Sweden. SwedenBIO is 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 200 member companies. The organisation’s members are active in the fields of pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical technologies and diagnostics.

SwedenBIO’s mission is to create visibility and interest in Swedish life science and thereby support a successful life science industry. A successful industry can heal and help the patients still suffering from unmet medical needs. A successful industry creates jobs, welfare and opportunities for a healthier and brighter future. SwedenBIO has successfully been doing this for 10 years. www.swedenbio.com

For more information on the Nordic Life Science Days, please visit www.nlsdays.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.

www.swedenbio.com


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