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Save the date for Life Sciences Baltics!

The largest in the Baltic States and one of the largest life sciences events in the whole region Life Sciences Baltics is returning to Vilnius this September! ✅

For Lithuanian life sciences companies, start-ups, universities, and research centers, the event serves as a platform to get new contacts, absorb ideas, start projects, and find funding opportunities ????

The event will include the following:
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... and, of course, many opportunities to chat and expand the circle of acquaintances!

Pre-registration has already begun, take your place and you:

Why participate?

  • Since its initiation in 2012, the forum has aimed to create as many opportunities as it is possible for deeper cooperation between the growing life sciences ecosystems in the Baltics and international partners. 
  • Held every two years, the forum has grown from a 300-person assembly to a community of up to 800 key participants from around 40 countries: corporate CEOs, startup founders, tech scouts, investors, and researchers. It is the largest life sciences event in Eastern and Central Europe. 

One event, different experiences

  • Whether there is a need to kick off the project, generate leads, or engage in valuable partnerships, Life Sciences Baltics offer a diverse range of interactions for its participants: international conference, exhibition, networking spaces, and pitch challenge for startups. 
  • It also hosts business delegations and offers an opportunity for side visits to Lithuania’s organizations and institutions.
  • Many big names have attended Life Sciences Baltics, among them Thermo Fisher Baltics, Johnson&Johnson, Clarivate, Novartis, Abbvie, AstraZeneca, and others. Nobel prize winners Richard Henderson, Brian Kobilka, Dan Shechtman, and CRISPR pioneer Prof. Dr. Virginijus Šikšnys were among the top conference speakers. 

The Baltics, and Lithuania in particular, – the next big thing in life sciences

  • Focused on nurturing the next generation of talents, the local life sciences enterprises in the Baltics excel at creativity and entrepreneurship. In 2021 alone, Lithuania’s life sciences sector grew by almost 87% and generated revenues of 2 billion euros. 
  • 90% of Lithuania’s life sciences output is exported to more than 100 countries worldwide. Lithuanian-made medical and pharmaceutical equipment and other products are trusted by customers in the USA, Germany, France, and elsewhere.

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