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Life Sciences Venture Capital: Preparing your Company for Investment

August 15 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Nova Scotia is home to a rapidly growing life science industry and a community of innovative founders bringing East Coast solutions to global problems.

In support of this community of founders and future founders, their teams, and the organizations fueling their growth, Life Sciences Nova Scotia  is proud to partner with Global Bluenosers and the Nova Scotia Health Innovation Hub  to bring a global voice in the world of Life Sciences Venture Capital home to Nova Scotia for an impactful, practical and informative event.

We will be joined by Clare Terlouw, Head of LifeArc Ventures for London-based LifeArc, a leading medical research charity making life science life changing, transforming promising life science ideas into medical breakthroughs that change patients’ lives. Clare will share her insights on how Nova Scotia life science companies can approach raising investment and be attractive to investors on a global scale.

When: Thursday August 15th, 12:30-1:30pm

Where: Nova Scotia Health Innovation Hub, 13th Floor South Tower, 1625 Grafton St

Register:  https://events.humanitix.com/life-sciences-venture-capital

About Clare Terlouw

Originally from Nova Scotia, Clare Terlouw has been living in the United Kingdom for over two decades.

Clare is Head of LifeArc Ventures and a member of the LifeArc Leadership Team. She is responsible for LifeArc’s portfolio of venture capital investments and LP investments across the life sciences sector. The venture fund focuses on early-stage life sciences companies at seed to Series A, with significant follow-on investment reserved for successful portfolio companies.

Clare has a successful track record in working with innovative life sciences companies in the private and public markets. She was previously Head of Corporate Development at Syncona Investment Management Ltd, a FTSE250 healthcare investment trust, and has more than 15 years of biotech and healthcare financing experience as a UK investment banker at Nomura, Numis Securities and Peel Hunt. Clare was a physiotherapist in Canada prior to moving into finance.

Clare is a board member of the UK Biotechnology Industry Association and director of a number of venture-backed companies.

**Light refreshments to be provided**

**Please note: your participation gives Life Sciences Nova Scotia permission to use the photographs taken during the event for any legal use. 


August 15
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm


Nova Scotia Health Innovation Hub – 13th Floor, South Tower
1625 Grafton St,
Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada
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