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Biomedical engineering graduate Cécile Dupont has for the past 12 years helped healthcare technology businesses develop disruptive solutions that positively impact patients’ lives. The current chapter of her career opened in 2017 when she joined Sofinnova MD Start, the early-stage medtech incubator of VC investor Sofinnova Partners, where she is a partner.
Sofinnova Partners has played a key role in defining the medtech investment space for the past 50 years, helping bring to market a plethora of life-saving technologies, even when they appear, initially, to be risky.
Early-stage companies need to be more flexible on the financing terms they are willing to accept and in finding ways to gather evidence to support the impact of their products or services.
Debbie Dumont, co-founder of Bioqube Ventures, and one of In Vivo’s Rising Leaders, talks about the company’s investment model, Europe’s translational challenges, and aligning passion and purpose to find ultimate fulfilment.
Andrew ElBardissi, partner on Deerfield Management’s medical technologies team, spoke to In Vivo sister publication Medtech Insight about the fund’s investment strategy, the changing face of medtech, and how investment in the life sciences sector will continue to change post-COVID.
Investors at the Advanced Therapies Europe conference in London struck a bullish note on the state of the market and offered up advice for cell and gene developers from fundraising, platform development to manufacturing.
Sharing his thoughts on the European funding landscape, the importance of software, and sustainable investments, INKEF Capital’s Thijs Cohen Tervaert talks to In Vivo about his investment priorities.
Deals show large investors’ appetite for early-stage biotech, but can VC and PE rub along?
The market for new company creation in the biopharma sector remains healthy and poised to continue fostering the establishment of start-ups, based on a new In Vivo study of the strong initial investments that pharma and biotech companies receive.
Rising Leader Therese Liechtenstein is playing an integral part in the creation and financing of multiple companies in the M Ventures portfolio, guiding them towards key value inflection points that a potential partner or acquirer would like to see.
VC Playbook: Partner at Third Rock Ventures, David Kaufman, talks to In Vivo about the venture capital firm’s company creation strategy and seeking ‘white space’ in biopharma for innovation.
Leaders from HealthQuad, the largest healthtech venture capital fund in India, talk to In Vivo about why the country is a growing and promising market for digital investment.
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