September 4-5, 2018

São Paulo, Brazil

Bioindustry Players, Decision Makers and Influencers

BIO and Biominas Brasil invite you to BIO Latin America 2018, the industry’s must attend conference for innovation and collaboration on One Health in Latin America, taking place on September 4-5, in São Paulo. The conference will bring together high-level executives, industry leaders, policy makers, entrepreneurs, academics and investors from around the globe to debate trends, navigate industry challenges, access innovative companies, conduct business meetings and discover new connection opportunities.
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  • Patricia Munerato, Thermo Fisher Scientific
    “Thank you for the opportunity to participate actively in an event as important as the BIO Latin America. I think the panel discussion on 'Challenges of the Genomic Medicines' was quite current and brought relevant considerations to the audience.”
  • Marité Prieto, Amgen
    “The event was dynamic and the discussions were of extreme relevance. Speakers presented extensive knowledge and mastery over the subjects. The strong participation of regulatory agencies reinforces the importance of the event.”
  • Paula Carneiro, Céleres
    “BIO Latin America was undoubtedly a major event for the biotechnology industry, bringing together several experts and promoting a robust discussion on the subject.”
  • Antonino Di Nicolò, Ferring Pharmaceuticals
    “It has been a pleasure to meet you again at the Bio Latin America last week. I would thank you for the very good organization and interesting one-to-one.”
  • Claudio Terra, Hospital Albert Einstein
    “Thank you for the opportunity to attend. The event is excellent not only in content and speakers, but also in organization.”

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