Talent Accelerator Programme for BioBusiness
Dates: Dec 2021 – June 2022
Accelerator programme for future BioBusiness Leaders in Life Sciences & Health
Talent Accelerator Programme for BioBusiness (TAP BioBusiness) is a training & mentoring programme for the next generation BioBusiness leaders for the Dutch and Belgium Life Sciences & Health sector!
During this intensive 7-month programme, with in total 10 training days distributed over 4 modules, junior biobusiness professionals can learn in a group of peers from experienced executives, topic experts and each other through intervision coaching. The programme features inspiring experience stories, interactive case studies and various training and feedback sessions. The programme will accelerate the learning curve of these biobusiness professionals and thereby contribute to the growth and success of the companies in the the Dutch and Belgian Life Sciences & Health sector.
TAP BioBusiness will help you to develop quickly in your commercial role in Life Sciences. Whether you are a Business Developer in a biotech/pharma/CMO/CRO, a tech transfer officer at a research institute, financial analyst at a VC or a starting entrepreneur, through this program you will become more effective and productive in your role at an earlier stage, benefiting both your own career and your organisation.
If you are interested in accelerating your learning curve as upcoming Business Developer, entrepreneur, tech transfer manager or investor in Life Sciences, become more effective and productive at an earlier stage, and build a strong network of BioBusiness professionals from the Netherlands and Belgium, then take part in TAP BioBusiness.
Registration & info
For more information visit the website TAP BioBusiness or get in contact with the organisers at email@example.com. The number of participants is limited to 15, so act fast if you want to secure a spot. The next class will start in December 2021 and the final deadline for registration is 31 October 2021. Apply soon to secure your spot. Start-ups and non-profits get a reduced fee.
Source: Hyphen Projects