Ayming proud Platinum sponsor of the BioWin Day 2021
The BioWin Day is the international networking event that BioWin, the Health cluster of Wallonia, organizes every 2 years.
This event aims at gathering all stakeholders active in the health biotechnologies and medical technologies sector so they can share their knowledge and expertise regarding scientific and/or business-oriented issues to stimulate innovation and boost economic activities in the region.
As committed partner of the Belgian life sciences ecosystem, Ayming BeNeLux supports BioWin since 2017, helping their members make the most of R&D incentives and grants possibilities. For the 15th anniversary of the cluster, Ayming is proudly sponsoring the BioWin Day.
- From 1st to 15th December : 15 days of online matchmaking offering ample networking opportunities. Subscribe to meet our team and learn more about our offers.
- 9 Dec :
• 10:00 – 12:30 : 150 minutes of virtual plenary session with high level speakers
• 3:00 – 4:00 : a roundtable will be held by Ayming – ESG and sustainable innovation: why is this the only way up for an enhanced performance? – Discover the complete program of roundtables by clicking on the button below.
Ayming will be holding a roundtable at 3pm regarding ESG and sustainable innovation.
“Innovate or die” ? Is the answer to this recurring question compatible with sustainable development goals? Why and how a well-defined WHY of any company, especially in Life Sciences, can change the key performance indicators and go beyond the usual financial indicators?
During this roundtable, Fabien Mathieu, Partner and Managing Director at Ayming France and co-author of the Ayming Institute book “Profit & Planet, how innovation can help build a better world”, will share his views about how ESG and sustainable innovation are actionable levers to improve business performance of any company in the current circumstances.
The 30-minute lecture, illustrated with inspiring examples taken from our experience with biotechs and pharmaceutical industries, will be followed by a 15-minute debate.
Please note that limited seats are available for these roundtable sessions so don’t wait to long to register!