How do European biotech startups access resources in the US, and vice versa? What benefits does a startup receive by participating in an incubator/accelerator program? This conversation brings together the Entrepreneur First and IndieBio programs and introduces BioFeyn to discuss milestones reached while a part of both programs.
Note: Registrants will receive directions to access the event 24h in advance
- Jonny Everett, Entrepreneur First Programme Manager and Entrepreneur in Residence
- Julie Wolf, IndieBio NY Communications Director
- Timothy Bouley, BioFeyn CEO
IndieBio is the world’s leading biotech accelerator, funding scientists who work on the biggest problems on the planet. Twice a year, 15 companies gather for an intensive four-month program to learn the skills and build the networks needed to be successful.
Each team receives $250,000 in seed funding, lab and co-working space, dedicated mentorship, and becomes part of a huge network of IndieBio alumni, investors, biotech entrepreneurs, investors, press, corporate partners, and more.
Founded via Entrepreneur First Paris, Biofeyn’s goal is to produce the most sustainable and nutrient-packed farmed fish on the market.
By optimizing existing ingredients that are already proven to be safe and sustainable, we add value for farmers, feed suppliers, and the environment.