On November 28th, OBIO held our 2018 Annual General Meeting at the offices of Norton Rose Fulbright. The exciting event featured Nik Nanos, our keynote speaker whose presentation Global Disruption: How to Make Decisions in an Age When Truth and Data are No Longer Enough to Persuade scanned recent global political experiences and explained the outsized influence of the margins, both on electoral outcomes as well as the impact for your company.
you are considering hiring a new graduate or intern this coming January, it is a good idea to get started now. OBIO H2BB is constantly sourcing new early career talent from top business and innovation programs and is filling roles now.
2019 Call for Applications - NOW OPEN. OBIO CAAP® is a unique, industry-led initiative that provides selected high-potential Ontario health science companies with mentoring, strategic guidance and access to an expansive network of health science industry experts and investors to enhance the ability of OBIO CAAP companies to secure financing.
Last week, OBIO announced the successful completion of the OBIO Canadian Health Investment Showcase in New York City. Check out this recap and photo gallery of the event.
The Ontario Bioscience Innovation Organization (OBIO®) is honoured to announce the conclusion of the successful Canadian Health Investment Showcase which took place in New York, NY, on November 5 and 6, 2018.
Candidates like these are currently interviewing for placements for this January’s H2BB cohort. Don't miss out on the best and brightest business talent!
Co-op students for January internships are already securing positions. OBIO H2BB can help connect you to top tier talent from programs with January internships including McMaster’s Master of Biomedical Discovery and Commercialization, University of Toronto’s Master of Biotechnology and McMaster’s DeGroote Co-op MBA. Students from these programs may qualify for Ontario’s Co-operative Education Tax Credit.
This week, as part of the TCI Network 2018 Global Conference, OBIO CEO Gail Garland led a session with Canadian and international experts on our domestic health cluster.