BioInvest Ireland - Belfast 2023
All-Island Pitching & Networking Event
Thursday 12 January 2022
Belfast, Northern Ireland
Are you an SME, startup or spin-off looking for investments?
Grab your chance to pitch your innovative solution or service to potential investors and partners at BioInvest Ireland (Belfast) 2023!
There are only 12 startup pitch slots, so don’t miss out and apply by submitting your pitch to us now.
Who can apply
Any early-stage company that is
Involved in bioeconomy related sectors; agriculture/aquaculture, forestry, agtech/foodtech, nutrition, bio-based chemicals, biotech, home/personal care, bioenergy, & other bioeconomy sectors.
Actively looking for investments.
Based or operating on the island of Ireland.
What we offer
1 of 12 tickets to pitch to investors.
Get live feedback on your pitch by our panel of 3 experienced investors.
Network with investors, corporates, and other startups in dedicated breakout sessions.
Pre-event support to improve your pitch & get it ready for the big day.
Prize for the top 2 pitches of a 2-year membership to the Irish Bioeconomy Foundation, where you will also get to join other leading bioeconomy actors of the island of Ireland.
Your startup profile listed on BioeconomyVentures matchmaking platform & joining the growing BioeconomyVentures community
Don’t miss out, apply now!
Send your 5-min pitch deck to firstname.lastname@example.org
Register to the event here: https://BioInvest-Ireland-event-registration.eventbrite.com
The attendance is free thanks to the support from InterTradeIreland’s Synergy initiative.
The BioInvest Ireland (Belfast) project is being delivered with support from InterTradeIreland’s Synergy initiative. Synergy is a cross-border cluster initiative set up by InterTradeIreland, the cross-border trade and business development body. It aims to scale cross border collaboration among SMEs and other players such as universities, third sector organisations and government agencies using cluster and networking supports.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Pierre from the Irish Bioeconomy Foundation at email@example.com