16 October 2012

ETT Medtech Summit 2012

16th-17th October 2012, Lausanne, Switzerland

The European Tech Tour Association will present its third Medtech Summit on October 16-17th 2012 with 100+ delegates and 25 presenting ceos. Europe is uniquely positioned in the medtech environment as THE place for clinical and technical innovation. Europe's aging population provides ample market opportunities for start ups to bring effective and cost efficient solutions to treat patients.

This edition's theme will be 'Bridge to Asia'. Asia offers European Medtech start ups a major opportunity for accelerated development, with an average growth of 10% and market value expected to exceed 50billion euros by 2015. Asia provides growth and critical mass with Japan as the second largest market and China to become the third largest world market in the coming decade.

Beyond efficient operational models and access to high growth markets, Asia is now well positioned to offer critical capabilities in terms of quality product development, clinical trials, financing and exit opportunities. This edition of the Medtech Summit will gather relevant medtech actors in the Asia to provide an opportunity to nurture this topic. Jean Luc Butel, president of International for Baxter, will be the key note speaker. A panel of Asian venture capitalists and entrepreneurs is on the agenda. BioBay, Suzhou based Life Sciences corporation is partnering with the Medtech Summit for this event.

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