First Minority Biomedical Entrepreneurship Conference on May 21-22
African-Americans and Latinos represent less than 5% of the growing biomedical industry workforce, and a fraction of that number engages in entrepreneurial endeavors. The America21 Project and BioEnterprise are partnering to increase minority competitiveness in the biomedical industry. Together, they are hosting a national conference dedicated to promoting and accelerating underrepresented minority healthcare innovation and entrepreneurship.
The First Minority Biomedical Entrepreneurship Conference will be held on May 21 – 22 at the Cleveland Marriott in downtown Cleveland.
The inaugural Minority Biomedical Entrepreneurship Conference offers unique perspectives on the challenges facing minority biomedical innovation and entrepreneurship and provides important connections to resources required to thrive in the rapidly expanding global biomedical industry.
The conference will deliver networking opportunities, key insights and actionable takeaways for all participants. The conference should be attended by anyone interested in:
Joining distinguished global biomedical industry leaders focused on minority biomedical innovation and entrepreneurship
Connecting to a network of minority biomedical professionals, graduate and professional students, entrepreneurs and investors
Learning more about trends in innovation and entrepreneurship in the global biomedical industry, especially starting and growing your own company
Being part of growing the national minority biomedical innovation ecosystem
Connecting to capital investment resources
Learn more about the Minority Biomedical Entrepreneurship Conference at http://www.minoritybiomedical.org/