Exhibiting at BioTrinity 2016
Friday 22nd April 2016
The Oxford Science Park will be exhibiting at BioTrinity 2016, Europe’s leading investment and biopartnering conference, organised by the OBN, the not-for-profit membership organisation supporting and bringing together the UK’s innovative life sciences companies, corporate partners and investors.
BioTrinity 2016 is being held in London from Monday 25 to Wednesday 27 April 2016. Ian Macpherson, business development manager at The Oxford Science Park, along with Tom Forman from the Park’s retained property consultancy Carter Jonas, will be attending, and will be located at Stand 51.
Ian Macpherson said: “With the OBN already reporting record numbers of delegates having registered to take part, we look forward to participating in this great gathering of the life sciences’ community and investors. We will bring the Park to London, showcasing our location to the world, to demonstrate why inspired minds want to work and can prosper at Oxford’s most dedicated location for success.
“Carter Jonas will be on hand to discuss opportunities to join our inspiring science & technology environment, where more than 2,400 people in over 60 companies thrive. The Magdalen Centre is our innovation centre which has space ranging from 80 sq ft to 11,500 sq ft, and we have non-serviced space in multi-occupied buildings.
“There will also be a chance to discuss our design & build opportunities which start from 25,000 sq ft upwards across seven plots, where businesses are able to design and build office or laboratory space to suit their specific and future requirements.
“We wish OBN a very successful three days and look forward to being a part of this super event.”
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