French BIO Sea

Creating a bridge between French and Seattle biotech communities

Archive for March, 2008

First event !!!

Please join us on March 31st at Stoel Rives LLP to learn about how you could develop your business thanks to the R&D programs of the French clusters, all this, while enjoying delicious French flavors and friendly networking.

When: March 31st, 6pm
Where: Stoel Rives LLP
Who: Members of the Seattle BIO community also opened to IT

Looking forward to see you there.

The French BIO Sea Team

New Ways to improve IP portfolio for US-based firms: Internationalization of the French competitiveness clusters

Free Registration: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/103517624 

Date: Monday, March 31, 2008

Time: 6:00pm to 8:30pm

Location: Stoel Rives LLP, 600 University Street, Suite 3600, Seattle, WA 98101

6:00pm Registration Opening

6:30-7:30pm Presentation of the French competitiveness clusters 

Introduction by Samuel E. Webb, IP attorney; Stoel Rives LLP

The French Biotech industry & the competitiveness clusters by Alexandre Thermet, VP Life Sciences; InvestInFrance North America agency and by Georges-Igor Chagvardieff, Biotechnology Attaché, French Embassy in the United States

Study Case: LyonBioPôle by Bernard Mandrand, CSO; LyonBioPôle

7:30-8:30pm: Buffet & Networking

 

This event is hosted by Stoel Rives LLP,

http://www.stoel.com/showlocation.aspx?show=203

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Welcome !!

“French BIO Sea” is non-profit network to foster academic and business partnerships between France and the Seattle area.

Our vision is to:
– Increase international visibility to investors and entrepreneurs from the Seattle biotech community.
– Expose French biotech companies to the business know-how of Seattle start-ups.
– Help French scientists find job opportunities at home or in Seattle.
French BIO Sea is backed by the French Trade Office, the French American Chamber of Commerce -Pacific Northwest Chapter-.

The “French BIO Sea” initiative is called to be as successful as French BIO Beach (San Diego) and French BIO Bay (San Francisco).

Feel free to contact us for any suggestions or comments at gic@missioneco.org

The French BIO Sea’s team

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