APR 02, 2015 9:32 PM PDT

Israel Hosts Biomed Conference

WRITTEN BY: Ilene Schneider
The 14th annual IATI-Biomed 2015, the premier international biomed conference in Israel, will take place between May 12 and14, 2015, at the Trade Fairs and Convention Center in Tel Aviv, Israel.
The conference in Tel Aviv is in its 14th year.
For the 14th consecutive year, IATI-Biomed is the largest and leading meeting place for healthcare professionals from Israel with international colleagues and partners. As such, this world-class event presents an opportunity for global participants to experience Israel's life science innovation and vibrant biomedical industry at its best. Conference topics include: the changing landscape of biopharma innovations, medical devices in the care continuum, the importance of regulatory compliance, medtech comeback time, creating value through innovation, 3D printing in healthcare, Israel's biomedical sector, driving value from R&D, new imperatives in the medical device industry and more.

Previous successful conferences hosted more than 6,000 industry players, scientists and engineers, including more than 1,000 attendees from more than 45 countries who participated in more than 4,500 one-on-one meetings. As in previous years, hundreds of Israeli life science companies will present and exhibit their products, services and technologies, allowing for hands-on experience.

Ruthi Alon, IATI-Biomed Co-Chairperson and General Partner Pitango Venture Capital, said, "Biomed 2015 offers an attractive networking venue and business opportunity for players across the biomed industry to create new partnerships and collaborations. This is the biggest and most established annual meeting of the Israeli life science industry, and as such attracts senior representatives from global companies that search for innovation and ground breaking technologies."

Dr. Benny Zeevi, IATI-Biomed Co-Chairperson, Co-Chairman of the IATI and Managing General Partner DFJ Tel Aviv Venture Partners, added, "In addition to showcasing the Israeli spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation, we will discuss the hottest areas in life science today, ranging from digital health to new business models, and will examine future trends and crucial components for success."
About the Author
  • Ilene Schneider is the owner of Schneider the Writer, a firm that provides communications for health care, high technology and service enterprises. Her specialties include public relations, media relations, advertising, journalistic writing, editing, grant writing and corporate creativity consulting services. Prior to starting her own business in 1985, Ilene was editor of the Cleveland edition of TV Guide, associate editor of School Product News (Penton Publishing) and senior public relations representative at Beckman Instruments, Inc. She was profiled in a book, How to Open and Operate a Home-Based Writing Business and listed in Who's Who of American Women, Who's Who in Advertising and Who's Who in Media and Communications. She was the recipient of the Women in Communications, Inc. Clarion Award in advertising. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Ilene and her family have lived in Irvine, California, since 1978.
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