The BioHub Birmingham, the University of Birmingham’s flagship biomedical incubator, will be hosting a bio-networking showcase and event on November 8th from 3.30 – 5.00pm.

The event will showcase selected assets and facilities at Edgbaston Life Sciences ecosystem to a delegation of Indian Medtech companies on the first day of the Innovate UK conference, which is being held at Birmingham’s NEC.

The Indian delegation will include companies such as Meril, SMT, Romsons Disposable Medical Devices, Bhat Bio-Tech India, BPL Medical Technology, Cipla, and Trivitron Healthcare.

The Edgbaston Life Sciences ecosystem hosts 64% of the city’s healthcare economy and has been described as the most complete medical innovation ecosystem in Europe.

Dr Ewa Truchanowicz, Business Engagement Manager for the BioHub Birmingham said: “The local ecosystem brims with opportunities for commercial and research collaborations, and the visit of this Indian delegation holds the prospect of facilitating productive introductions and dialogues.”  

UK life science companies, researchers or investors who are interested in attending the showcase and networking event should apply by email to: