About this Event
While many German startups are supporting the development of diagnostics, drugs, and vaccines, Massachusetts-based companies are leading the efforts and making a big impact in the fight against COVID-19. During this session, we will hear from leaders of biotechnology industry organizations from Germany and Massachusetts. Horst Domdey (BioM in Germany) and John Hallinan (Massachusetts Biotechnology Council) will share their perspectives on the industry’s current trends and challenges, and Mike Serrano-Wu, a U.S. based entrepreneur and investor, will share advice for companies looking to tap into U.S. capital.
German Accelerator empowers German startups to scale globally.
We take high potential companies on a fast-paced learning journey in the world’s leading innovation hubs at our locations in San Francisco, Silicon Valley, New York, Boston, and Singapore. German Accelerator provides mentoring from dedicated experts, access to our vast global network of business partners and investors, as well as free office space. Our programs are free of charge and highly customized to the participants’ individual needs in order to help them enter international markets and succeed quickly. Since launching in 2012, German Accelerator has nurtured over 240 startups which have raised more than US$3 billion in funding so far. German Accelerator is run by German Entrepreneurship GmbH and is supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi).
Visit www.germanaccelerator.com for more information.