Oxford Business Group is pleased to announce its media partnership with the BioMalaysia & Bioeconomy Asia Pacific 2013 which will be held on 21 – 23 October, in Malaysia. In this respect we send you the following message from the conference organisers:
Dear Oxford Business Group Subscribers,
BioMalaysia & Bioeconomy Asia Pacific 2013 Goes to Johor
The Gateway to Asia Pacific’s Biotechnology Market
BioMalaysia Conference & Exhibition 8th edition, is introducing ‘BIOECONOMY ASIA PACIFIC 2013’ which sees a further growth to the event. This year’s event themed ‘Convergence of Ideas, Confluence of Opportunities’, will be the focal regional platform for discourse and collaboration for the region and to unfold wider opportunities and greater collaborations for Asia Pacific and global players in the area of bio-economy.
“BIOMALAYSIA & BIOECONOMY ASIA PACIFIC 2013” will be held in Johor Bahru at the Johor Persada International Convention Centre from 21 – 23 October. One of the key highlights will be the inauguration of BioXCell, a 160-acre biotechnology park at Nusajaya housed in the Iskandar region of Johor, Malaysia.
The exhibition will be showcasing the latest biotechnologies, innovation and products from major local, regional and international biotechnology companies. In addition the tradeshow will see a large number of academic participation from the universities, research & development institutes, prominent individual researchers and scientists introducing cradle projects.
The aim is to promote market-driven research and development (R&D), business R&D, innovative products, as well as to encourage partnerships and research collaborations in the biotechnology field.
Exhibiting at the event will bring you networking opportunities with the public and private sectors; and connects you with international, local and regional thought leaders in the biotechnology industry.
The BioMalaysia & Bioeconomy Asia Pacific 2013 will bring together scientists and investors from around the region and world-leading experts to shape the discourse, formulate ideas and strategies to ensure the progress of sustainable bio-economy; which will make a significant contribution to the future through productivity gains, welfare gains and environmental sustainability. This year’s focus will be on four key areas namely:
- Policy and Ecosystem
Participation in the conference will bring insights into the ever-changing and rapid growing arena in the development of bio-economy regionally and globally.
For more information please contact:
Karen Dass on firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeanne Loh email@example.com