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ChinaBio Partnering Forum 2018

ChinaBio® Partnering Forum 2017

25-26 April 2018
Kempinski Hotel Suzhou, Jiangsu, China

Access a world of opportunities through life science partnering in China.

ChinaBio® Partnering Forum is the premier life science partnering event in China. The conference will be held April 25–26 in Suzhou, attracting biotech and pharma leaders from around the world along with hundreds of China-based developers of novel technologies for two days of productive partnering.

For the event’s tenth anniversary, we expect over 900 delegates from more than 460 companies and at least 22 countries to attend, making it the largest partnering conference in China. The 2018 edition promises attendance from pharma and biotech companies as well as leading researchers from China's top universities and institutes.

The conference also features partneringONE®, the gold standard partnering platform enabling delegates to efficiently identify, meet and network with companies from across the life science value chain.

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