Innovation needs investment, particularly in the early stages of development for many of Indiana’s life sciences companies. A conference being presented Feb. 21 in Indianapolis by the Indiana University Kelley School of Business will offer practical guidance on funding strategies and finding support from government, private equity firms and venture funds.
Kelley’s Center for the Business of Life Sciences will present the conference, “Capital Makes the (Life Sciences) World Go ‘Round,” from 9 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. at OneAmerica Tower, 202 N. Illinois St.
Participants will include managing directors and a CEO of several venture capital firms and executives in research and development at companies seeking cures for hepatitis and cancer, management of dental practices in humans, and medical treatments for animals.
More information about the conference is available online.
The conference agenda and registration portal are also available online.