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Russian-American Innovation Technology Week (RANIT) brings together entrepreneurs, scientists, venture capitalists, and established corporations within the American and Russian technology industries.
RANIT, organized by the Mid-Atlantic - Russia Business Council (MARBC), supported by the City of Philadelphia, State of Pennsylvania, State of New Jersey, Philadelphia U.S. Export Assistance Center of the U.S. Commercial Service, World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia, World Trade Center Delaware, Pennsylvania Bio, Bio New Jersey, Delaware Bio, University City Science Center, Select Greater Philadelphia, Greater Philadelphia Life Sciences Congress, Ben Franklin Technology Partners, Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, National Association of Seed and Venture Funds, Innovation America, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, American Chamber of Commerce in Russia, Association of the Russian Pharmaceutical Manufactures, The Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation, Moscow Entrepreneurs Association, is the most significant semi- annual event devoted to Russian-American technology and business cooperation.
Based on past success, RANIT is now held twice a year, and includes an increasing number of regional technology events, seminars, panel discussions, roundtable meetings, trade shows, conferences, and networking events. The 14th RANIT will highlight biotechnology, nanotechnology, and the pharmaceutical industry, and will conclude with participation in the world’s largest biotechnology exhibition, the 2011BIO International Convention in Washington, D.C. The Russian delegation that will take part in the 14th RANIT-BIO will consist of representatives from the foremost Russian companies in biotechnology and related industries.
14th RANIT-BIO will begin in Philadelphia on June 23-25, 2011
Starting in Philadelphia, special events at RANIT-BIO will include a welcoming ceremony and Russian-American Life Science Conference at Philadelphia City Hall on June 23-24, 2011. This conference co-organized by the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America and Mid-Atlantic - Russia Business Council and supported by COMCON-Pharma will explore the opportunities to build mutually-supportive partnerships between the U.S. and Russia in the sphere of innovative pharmaceutical development. The conference will consist of in-depth discussions of the investment climate and key policy issues for Russia and the U.S. The conference will also include a panel with representatives from the Health and the Business Development Working-Groups of the US-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission. The panel will provide an update on the status of ongoing activities in the Working Groups, including plans for enhancing collaboration between the United States and Russia in the areas of public health and biomedical research, and a discussion of policy priorities in these areas.
The Russian delegation will also visit the International Incubator at the Science Center, participate in a roundtable on the commercialization of nanotechnologies and a seminar on venture capital funds specializing in biotechnology, and meet with members of biotechnology associations from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia.
The key and concluding event of the 14th RANIT will be
2011 BIO International Convention
June 27–30, 2011
in Washington, D.C.
BIO International Convention is the world’s largest and most impressive exhibition and conference for experts in the field of biotechnology
Mid-Atlantic - Russia Business Council (MARBC) has played an important role in previous years at BIO International Convention, serving as the official organizer of the Russian delegation to BIO 2005, BIO 2006, BIO 2007, BIO 2008, BIO 2009 and BIO 2010, as part of MARBC’s undertaking to build a bridge between the Russian and American biotechnology communities. The Russian business program at BIO 2005 in Philadelphia was organized in the context of the Semi-Annual Russian-American Innovation Technology Week (RANIT), and included a Russian mini-pavilion and participation by members of the Russian delegation in various events of BIO 2005. At BIO 2006 in Chicago, as well as at BIO 2007 in Boston, BIO 2009 in Atlanta, and BIO 2010 in Chicago MARBC organized a Country Seminar on Russia featuring panel discussions and presentations from leading experts on doing business in Russia. MARBC also presented the Russian biotechnology industry in the International Marketplace during the conference’s International Day.
As in Philadelphia, Chicago, Boston, San Diego, Atlanta and Chicago, the MARBC will again serve as the official organizer of the Russian delegation to 2011 BIO International Convention in Washington. MARBC will present Russian biotechnology companies and organize an exposition on the achievements of Russian scientists and manufacturers in biotechnology and related industries. Focusing upon “Launching Innovation: Russia's Bio-Infrastructure and Life Sciences Sector”, MARBC will present the Russian biotechnology industry at the BIO Convention on June 28, 2011.
For additional information about participation in the 14th RANIT-BIO, please contact Val Kogan, Mid-Atlantic-Russia Business Council by phone: (484) 467-7444, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the MARBC website at: www.ma-rbc.org
Life Sciences in Russia: An Emerging Sector for a Robust Emerging Market
For Immediate Release
Contact: Val Kogan
President, Mid-Atlantic Russia Business Council
Philadelphia, PA. May 20, 2010 — While the U.S. remains the current world leader in bio-pharmaceutical innovation, Russia has adopted a goal to become a major exporter of innovative medicines and healthcare technologies by 2020. Russia recently overhauled its medicines law and has set a firm timetable for transition to compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices and to integrate registration requirements for international clinical trials. Life sciences research in Russia ranges from bionanotechnology to xenotransplantation, and a swath of new bioclusters is emerging across the country. The key question now is to how to foster dialogue between Russia and the U.S. on innovation in mutually-beneficial ways.
This question was addressed at the Russia-American Pharmaceutical Conference, held in late April 2010 in Philadelphia, PA, a major center of bioscience research in the U.S. Co-organized by the Mid-Atlantic - Russia Business Council (MARBC) and the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), the conference also kicked off the 12th Semi-Annual Russian-American Innovation Technology Week (RANIT). One of the key outcomes of the conference was the need for an ongoing dialogue in the sphere of innovation in the life sciences. These topics were further explored with Russian and U.S. experts at the Russia country seminar at the BIO International Convention on May 3, 2010.
“Countries around the world came to BIO to show how they are competing to be the leaders in developing innovative medicines,” said James Class, Associate Vice President of International Affairs at Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America. “Russia and the U.S. can be partners in this competition. The winners will be patients around the globe, who will have faster access to new medicines.”
Continuing and expanding dialogue be the key theme for an upcoming Russian-American Life Sciences Conference on June 23, 2011 in Philadelphia, PA. The 2011 conference will also inaugurate the 14th Semi-Annual Russian-American Innovation Technology Week (RANIT), which will highlight the biotechnology, nanotechnology, and pharmaceutical industries and conclude with participation at the 2011 BIO International Convention in Washington, DC.
Mid-Atlantic - Russia Business Council President Val Kogan noted the importance of continuing the dialogue in Philadelphia. “The Mid-Atlantic region is a key player in innovative medicines with long-held ties to Russia,” Kogan said. “It is the natural place to resume the dialogue between Russia and the United States.”
The 2011 conference will be designed to see increased involvement by key Russian and American policymakers, including the Health and the Business Development Working-Groups of the US-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission. The Joint Commission has identified life sciences and pharmaceuticals as a focus area for joint activity between the Russian and U.S. governments. The Russian-American American Life Sciences Conference, Russia country seminar at BIO, and additional Russian-American Innovation Technology Week programs and activities are designed to help foster dialogue and cooperation on those topics.
For further information please contact Val Kogan, MARBC by phone at: (484) 467-7444, via e-mail at: email@example.com or by visiting the MARBC website: www.ma-rbc.org
2011 BIO INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION
June 27-30, 2011
BIO International Convention is the largest event for the global Biotechnology Industry
What to expect at the 2011 BIO International Convention
- BIO Business Forum powered by One-on-One Partnering™
- BIO Exhibition featuring 5 product focus zones and domestic and international pavilions
- More than 125 Breakout Sessions and Super Sessions from key policymakers, scientists, CEOs, and more
- Exclusive networking receptions and more
Monday June 27, 2011: Breakout Sessions, Super Session, BIO Business Forum One-on-One Partnering, Opening Reception
Tuesday June 28, 2011: Breakout Sessions, Super Sessions, Keynote Luncheon, BIO Business Forum One-on-One Partnering, BIO Exhibition, Exhibitor Hospitality Receptions, Open Night
Wednesday June 29, 2011: Breakout Sessions, Super Sessions, Keynote Luncheon, BIO Business Forum One-on-One Partnering, BIO Exhibition, Gala Reception
Thursday June 28, 2011: Breakout Sessions, BIO Exhibition, and more!
What do more than 15,000 professionals come to find at BIO?
- License Agreements
- Site Selections and Cost Control
- Intellectual Property
- Regulatory Issues and Impacts
- Leverage Opportunities Abroad
- Investments and Funding
- Devices and Diagnostics
- Portfolio Management
- Relationships with Venture Capitalists
A flashback to the 2010 BIO International Convention
The 2010 BIO International Convention was a huge success, bringing together global leaders from industry, government and academia who are all working to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges.
- Total of 15,322 attendees, 70% were upper-management, and 34% were international attendees
- 2 Keynote Luncheons included a discussion with Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush and a talk with Al Gore on climate change
- BIO Business Forum hosted a record-number of 30-minute partnering meetings and 17,000 meetings were held
- 190 Company presentations were made in the BIO Business Forum
- BIO Exhibition featured 1,700+ exhibitors
Top 10 countries represented at the BIO International Convention
||2. United Kingdom
|3. United Kingdom
||5. South Korea
|6. South Korea
Join an International Delegation for the 2011 BIO International Convention
More than 34% of Convention attendees came from 59 different countries in 2010, including participation from over 150 high-level government officials. Most international attendees visit as part of an international delegation; an official group of 10 or more attendees from a country other than the U.S., organized on a national level. With an abundance of global leaders attending our event, we encourage you to get in touch with your country delegation organizer.
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Want to join as part of the Russian delegation?
The Mid-Atlantic – Russia Business Council will be organizing Russian participation to the 2011 BIO International Convention as the centerpiece of the 14th Russian-American Innovation Technology Week held from June 23-30, 2011 in Philadelphia, PA and Washington, DC.
For more information visit http://www.ma-rbc.org/
Contact the Mid-Atlantic - Russia Business Council at email@example.com or 1.484.467.7444
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Visit our website for the latest information at convention.bio.org.
The 14th Semi-Annual Biotechnological Russian-American Innovation Technology Week (RANIT – BIO)
June 23-30, 2011
- Welcoming ceremony, Philadelphia City Hall, June 23, 2011
- Russian-American Life Sciences Conference, June 24, 2011
- Co-organized by the Mid-Atlantic - Russia Business Council and Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America
- Will explore the opportunities to build mutually-supportive partnerships between the U.S. and Russia in the sphere of innovative pharmaceutical development
- In-depth discussions of the investment climate and key policy issues for Russia and the U.S.
- Panel with representatives from the Health and the Business Development Working-Groups of the US-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission
- Update on the status of ongoing activities in the Working Groups, including plans for enhancing collaboration between the United States and Russia in the areas of public health and biomedical research
- Visit the International Incubator at the Science Center
- Roundtable on the commercialization of nanotechnologies
- Seminar on venture capital funds specializing in biotechnology
- Meetings with members of biotechnology associations from Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
2011 BIO International Convention, Washington, D.C., June 27–30, 2011
Mid-Atlantic - Russia Business Council (MARBC) has played an important role in previous years at
BIO International Convention, serving as the official organizer of the Russian delegation to BIO since 2005, as part of MARBC’s undertaking to build a bridge between the Russian and American biotechnology communities. Focusing upon “Launching Innovation: Russia's Bio-Infrastructure and Life Sciences Sector” MARBC will present the Russian biotechnology industry at the BIO Convention on June 28, 2011.