Swiss Biotech Day / Biotech Delegation to Switzerland

Date: April 22 to April 26, 2024
Venue: Congress Center Basel
Location: Basel, Switzerland
Target Audience: Biotech entrepreneurs (C-level) and investors, as well as senior individuals from venture builders, leading hospitals, clinical investigators, CROs, universities and private research centers, incubators and accelerators, talent development, government bodies e.g. regulatory agencies
Sector: Life sciences

Event description

Swiss Biotech Day, April 22-23, 2024

The Swiss Biotech Day in Basel, Switzerland is a two-day event April 22 to 23, 2024 and one of the leading biotechnology conferences in Europe. The Swiss Biotech Day has close to 1,800 participants from 36 nations (mostly LS experts and executives). It features 20+ panel and round table discussions, 1,500+ partnering conversations, 100+ exhibitors, 50+ company presentations.

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Biotech Delegation to Switzerland, April 24-26, 2024

In addition, you have the option of participating in a side program, Biotech Delegation to Switzerland, organized by the Trade Commissioner Service in association with the Swiss Business Hub Canada/Switzerland Global Enterprise for international delegations. This program is intended for interested companies to better understand the Swiss biotech ecosystem, explore potential opportunities with Swiss players, as well as strengthening your network of contacts.


Pitch during a 1 hour slot at the pitching area to the audience of the Swiss Biotech Day – limited to biotech 10 companies.

One-on-One with a Swiss Biotech Expert

Profit from a one-on-one with a veteran in the Swiss biotech ecosystem to ensure target meetings and engagements before, during and after the conference – limited to 10 companies.

Timing and Deadlines

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Why your organization should participate

Trade Commissioner(s) involvement

Activities organized by the Trade Commissioner Service

The Trade Commissioner, Michael Schindele (, specializes in the Life Science sector for the Swiss and Lichtenstein market and can provide information on this and other local events that you are considering, as well as advice on business development in the region. Services from the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service are offered free of charge to Canadian companies and organizations.

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