CEBRSpace June - when CEBR went to BIO: Global Cluster Hub report on digital health.

Submitted by alinadanielescu on 14 June 2016

Digital Health – Transforming life science clusters     

The BIO 2016 Global Cluster Hub brought together cluster managers and key players from across the globe, with unique insights into the arrival of digital health within their own communities, plus opportunities to build partnerships around specific aspects of digital health. 

CEBR members presented specific examples of digital health cluster support activities, alongside our global international cluster partners and we opened doors between clusters on the fastest moving sectoral development in the world.  You can access all the slides from the session below, either from the Hub page here or individually below.

Speakers and slides

·       Mintlabs (Spain) Landon McKenna, COO and CFO: (Slides)

·       Department of Commerce (USA) Tshanda Kalombo, Senior International Trade Specialist: (Slides)

·       Massachusetts Life Science Center (USA) Jay Ash, Massachusetts Secretary of Housing & Economic Development, Laurance Stuntz, Director of the Massachusetts E-Health Institute (MEHI), Travis McCready, President & CEO of the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center

·       Tuscany Life Sciences Cluster (Italy) Francesco Senatore, Business Development & Communication: (Slides)

·       Taiwan Bio Industry Organization (Taiwan) Johnsee Lee: (Slides)

·       Luxinnovation (Luxembourg) Thomas Dentzer, Head of Life Sciences: (Slides)

·       BioHealth Innovation Inc (USA) Richard Bendis, President and CEO: (Slides)

·       ID2Santé (France) Jocelyne Le Seyec, Director: (Slides)

·       Chuncheon Bioindustry Foundation (South Korea) Dongoh Park: (Slides)

Moving forward

Building EU-US channels

BIO always creates new ideas for cluster collaboration and 2016 was no exception.  New cluster links, facilitated by the EU-US agreement on cluster collaboration has created opportunities for more formal connections between EU and US clusters.  CEBR will work with members, the EC, the US Dept of Commerce and US cluster partners to open research and business links for mutual benefit.

Global Cluster Hub goes to BIO-Europe: November 8 – Attracting investment to clusters

The eternal challenge is bringing money to your cluster for start ups and growing companies -  the autumn Cluster Hub brings together clusters to share experiences, tips and tricks whether large or small on bringing the cash home.

http://www.lifescience-cluster-inovation.space/             info [at] cebr.net  

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