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What does it take to turn a venture-stage medtech company into a healthcare game-changer?

Bringing Together Innovators, Investors and Major Healthcare Corporations and Public Entities

MTI Europe will be returning to London for its 34th edition in July 2024. Founded in 2002 in collaboration with Imperial College, the Forum has relocated from Lausanne to London supported by one of the most diverse investment communities and the largest public health service in the world.

The forum will see up to 40 technology companies pitching investment opportunities to a curated  audience of 150 delegates including family offices, private wealth holders, VCs, corporations and angel investors. Central to the event is a forum programme that will address some of the major challenges and opportunities across healthcare, life sciences, AI and digital health investment today.

What you will gain by attending the Forum:

  • Learn how large public healthcare services approach, select and partner with medtech innovators and start-ups

  • Get seen and heard by ambitious investors including family offices, VCs, healthcare corporations, angels and more

  • Gain insight into the latest medtech innovations available today

  • Hear the latest strategies to turn venture-stage companies into world-beaters

  • Meet successful founders and entrepreneurs who have already taken their firms to exit

  • Explore the future of healthcare and gain insight into the pathways to get there

 

 

SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

Jul

02

Jul

03

Registration, refreshments and networking
08:15  to  09:00 v Networking area
Campden Wealth welcome address
09:05  to  09:10 v Main Conference Room
Chairman’s opening remarks
09:10  to  09:20 v Main Conference Room
Speaker:
Chair - Konrad Dobschuetz. Global HealthTech Leader, formerly National Director. NHS Innovation Accelerator.
Panel: Regulatory landscape and macroeconomic environment for medtech development and implementation
09:20  to  10:05 v Main Conference Room
Speakers:
Mark Chapman. Director. National Institute for Care Excellence (NICE),.
Chris Chaney. CEO. CW+, official charity of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
David Porter. Founding Partner. Apposite Capital.
Paul Abrahams. Private Investor, CEO. Sayansi Healthcare.
The Ultimate Alpha Generation Strategy: Mastering Early-Stage Tech and Healthcare Investments
10:05  to  10:35 v Main Conference Room
Speaker:
Ian Sosso. Founder. Monte Carlo Capital.
Morning coffee and networking opportunity
10:35  to  11:05 v Networking area
Healthcare companies pitch their investment opportunities
11:05  to  12:15 v Main Conference Room

These sessions are dedicated to healthcare companies presenting innovative technology and investment opportunities in different sectors to an audience of investors. Each company will present for 10 minutes in ONE of TWO Presentation Rooms

Panel: How to bring life-changing technologies to market
12:15  to  13:00 v Main Conference Room

 

 

Speakers:
Drew Burdon. Partner. EQT Life Sciences.
Carlo Vanoli. Co-Founder & Chairman. Medeor Associates.
Vito Levi D’Ancona. Co-Founder. Scientific Venture Partners.
Sonia Benhamida. Director. BlackRock.
Ron Petersen. Co-Founder & Investment Partner. Longbow Capital.
Lunch and networking opportunity
13:00  to  14:00 v Networking area
STREAM A: Patient engagement
14:00  to  14:30 v Room 1

Medtech innovations and hot spots
The thematic sessions below will each focus on key market trends, end user demand, challenges, and growth drivers for the most promising medical technologies in four medtech segments

 

Speakers:
Andy Baldry. Digital Health Innovation Lead. Bayer.
Daisy Allington. COO. Cognitant.
STREAM B: Personalised medecine
14:00  to  14:30 v Room 2

Medtech innovations and hot spots
The thematic sessions below will each focus on key market trends, end user demand, challenges, and growth drivers for the most promising medical technologies in four medtech segments

Speaker:
Iris Wedeking. Founder. iDentical.
STREAM A: Diagnostics
14:35  to  15:05 v Room 1
Speaker:
Todor Jeliaskov. President & CEO. InHeart.
STREAM B: Personalised medicine
14:35  to  15:05 v Room 2
Speaker:
Rozelle Kane. Academic Clinical Fellow, Primary Care, Clinical Lead Digital & Innovation. Cambridgeshire & Peterborough ICS.
Afternoon coffee and networking opportunity
15:05  to  15:40 v Networking area
Healthcare companies pitch their investment opportunities
15:40  to  17:05 v Main Conference Room

These sessions are dedicated to healthcare companies presenting innovative technology and investment opportunities in different sectors to an audience of investors. Each company will present for 10 minutes in ONE of TWO Presentation Rooms

1-2-1 meetings
17:15  to  18:15 v Room 1

Special pre-scheduled individual 1-2-1 meetings will be taking place in the refreshement area

Networking Drinks Reception
18:15  to  19:30 v Networking area

This evening reception provides an opportunity to continue to build and extend valuable relationships with innovative technology companies, investors and industry experts over drinks and canapes.

PRESENTING COMPANIES

No other platform brings together such a comprehensive range of investment opportunities, all in one place, allowing investors of all types to discover first-hand those that will fit with their portfolio and be their next success story.
These previous presenting companies are just an example of the type of ground-breaking investment opportunities available to investors at MTI 2024. All the Presenting Companies and their details will be made available to registered delegates.

For more information on how you can participate please email robertgouge@campdenwealth.com.

A selection of the previously confirmed presenting companies at MTI events include:

 

DELEGATES

Why attend as a delegate?

·         Be the first to uncover the latest investment opportunities from our unrivalled range of Presenting Companies

·         Meet over 40 investment opportunities over the duration of just 2 days

·         Network with the leading investors and world-leading healthcare corporations

·         Learn how to adapt your investment strategy for today’s climate

·         Take away the tools to help your portfolio companies develop and grow to their full potential

 

Who are the delegates?

Every year MTI brings over 150 delegates together who are working at the cutting edge of healthcare, life science and digital health investment and partnering. Our investors represent some of the most pro-active and ambitious individuals from family offices, private wealth holders, VC’s, corporate VC’s, institutional investors, angels and managed funds to name but a few.

 

In order to ensure the best possible mix of investors and early-stage companies admission to all MTI events is strictly controlled and open to all qualifying companies and individuals. The organisers reserve the right to restrict admittance and delegate places.

 

How to register

Special packages and early booking price are now available, see the Registration Page for more information or contact:

Shadé Bull

shadebull@campdenwealth.com

+44 (0)203 968 7453

PARTNERS

Sponsors of the MTI events represent leading companies and organisations providing services to early to mid-stage life science companies, investors and major healthcare corporations.

EQT is a purpose-driven global investment organization focused on active ownership strategies. With a Nordic heritage and a global mindset, EQT has a track record of almost three decades of delivering consistent and attractive returns across multiple geographies, sectors and strategies. Uniquely, EQT is the only large private markets firm in the world with investment strategies covering all phases of a business’ development, from start-up to maturity. EQT today has more than EUR 112 billion in assets under management including BPEA EQT across 45+ active funds within three business segments – Private Capital, BPEA EQT and Real Assets.

For more information:
Website: www.eqtgroup.com

                                  

Campden partnered with  the  Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust which is one of the top ranked and top performing hospital trusts in the UK. 

To enquire about sponsorship opportunities at upcoming MTI events, please contact Kevin Grant on kevingrant@campdenwealth.com or Robert Gouge on robertgouge@campdenwealth.com.

VENUE & ACCOMMODATION

Bankside Hotel, Autograph Collection 

The Bankside Hotel an independent hotel set on the culturally vibrant South Bank London, is a social hub for anyone with a passion for culture, art and food.. L.A.-based Dayna Lee, a former film-set designer (Spaced InvadersDances with Wolves) has conjured bright, multi-textured interiors that reflect the hotel’s proximity to all that South Bank artiness—Sixties-style wooden room dividers like abacuses, angular teak carvings, jangle-geometry blue floor tiles, pixellated rugs. A mezzanine space leading to a summer terrace showcases teetering designs made from books and easels. There’s even a maker in residence, curated by Contemporary Collective.

 2 Blackfriars Rd, Upper Ground, London SE1 9JU
Telephone: +44 203 319 598 81
https://www.banksidehotel.com/

 

ACCOMMODATION

Please find below some hotel options for your reference. If you require any assistance please contact Shadé Bull at shadebull@campdenwealth.com or +44(0)203 941 8019.

Additional Hotels

There are numerous hotels close by ranging from 3* to 5*.  If you wish to stay off-site, we would suggest any of the following:

Hotels near by

Cost 

Distance

Bankside hotel

Approx. £455 /night

On-site

Holiday Inn Express
 

Approx. £330/night

5 min walk from venue

Hilton Bankside
 

Approx. £440p /night

7 min walk from venue

Citizen M Bankside Hotel

Approx. £370 /night

10 min walk from venue

Prices taken from March 2024. Prices may change closer to time of event.

July
2
Starts: 8:30 AM
July
3
Ends: 4:00 PM

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