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  1. 1. GLOBAL June 20-21, 2007 HEALTHCARE Intercontinental Hotel INVESTING Cleveland, OH CONFERENCE Growing Companies Globally Building International Deal Flow Sourcing, Building, and Financing Start-Ups • BIOTECH • MEDICAL DEVICES • HEALTH CARE SERVICES Uniting venture capitalists, healthcare growth companies, and business development executives from the U.S. and internationally CO-PRESENTERS: In comparison to other high tech sectors, health care venture capitalists are just starting to find, build, and finance companies “globally.” Those on the leading edge of this trend are discovering rich deal sources and creative company financing options overseas. They are also profiting from the diverse array of regulatory and reimbursement environments that exist across the world. No forum has been convened to bring together the leading-edge investors, institutions, and companies that are investing in biotech, life sciences, medical devices, health care services and health care technology companies across the world. BioEnterprise and International Business Forum proudly present the Inaugural Globalization of Healthcare Investing Conference to address the issues surrounding growing companies globally. This conference will unite investors and emerging companies from across the world. In addition to leading investors sharing strategies and perspectives, a showcase focused on foreign-originated, venture-backed mid to later stage healthcare start-ups ready to enter the U.S. market will be included. Hear how VCs are managing "global" start-ups, operating in multiple financial and regulatory markets and sourcing international deal flow.
  2. 2. Cleveland was chosen as a conference location because of the leading-edge institutions and intermediaries focused on attracting, financing, and co-locating international start-ups. Its health care institutions such as The Cleveland Clinic, were among the first to create operations and alliances for health care in foreign countries (Middle East, Latin America, and Europe). And Cleveland is on the investment map as the level of venture activity has risen to the amounts seen in other national hotbeds ($171 million in deals last year). In addition, Cleveland is a hub for innovation and collaboration among its institutions. Thursday, June 10, 2010 Contact: Stephanie Paige Managing Director, Conference Producer IBF Conferences Tel: (516) 765-9005 ext. 25 Email: stephanie@ibfconferences.com | Website: www.ibfconferences.com Conference Co-Chairmen: Frank Kung, Managing Partner, Vivo Ventures Baiju Shah, President, BioEnterprise Advisory Board Members: Steve Burrill, Burrill & Company Caley Castelein, Kearny Venture Partners Norman Chen, Fidelity Asia Ventures Limited Panda Hershey, TIAA-CREF Avshalom Horan, Bridge Fund Daniel Kosoy, Athenian Venture Partners Noah J. Kroloff, NGN Capital Vivian Lee, Aqua Partners LLC Joe Mandato, De Novo Ventures Nola Masterson, Science Futures Bob More, Domain Associates Gerald Turner, Focus Enterprises Allon Reiter, Giza Venture Capital Jeff Stein, Sofinnova Ventures Ting Pau Oei, L Capital Sponsors: Squire Sanders LLP McDonald Hopkins Michael Best & Friedrich LLP Jones Day Coller Capital National City Bank State of Ohio GLOBAL HEALTHCARE VENTURE-FUNDED COMPANY PRESENTATIONS: Access venture-backed, mid to later-stage non-U.S. life sciences, medical device, health care and biotech companies. The companies are seeking Series B or later rounds of capital and are poised for exit and expansion of U.S. operations.
  3. 3. Tuesday, June 19, 2007 5:30-7:00 PM WELCOME RECEPTION FOR CONFERENCE ATTENDEES 7:30 PM Private invitation only VC Dinner Wednesday, June 20, 2007 7:30-8:30 AM REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST RECEPTION 8:30- 8:40 OPENING REMARKS – CONFERENCE CO-CHAIRS: Baiju Shah, President, BioEnterprise Frank Kung, Managing Partner, Vivo Ventures 8:40-9:00 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: RICH DEAL SOURCES & FINANCING OPTIONS FOR THE EXPANDING GLOBAL INVESTMENT MARKET Ray Minella Managing Director, Head of the Healthcare Investment Banking Group Director of Investment Banking Capital Markets Jefferies & Company, Inc. 9:00-10:15 BEST PRACTICES ON DOING GLOBAL HEALTHCARE DEALS How VCs have adapted their business models to capture global opportunities • Four VCs will each present a case study of a non-US company from their portfolios. The case study format will focus on how the opportunity was discovered, vetted (due diligence differences), operated (expansion, virtual integration), and financed. Overcoming challenges faced: • Cross-cultural business challenges (approach to doing business, time zone, distance and communication), especially between developers and inventors • Management transitions (from overseas to US) • Investor syndicates • Regulatory considerations (clinical, reimbursement) • Resources for cost-effectively developing businesses: design, engineering, manufacturing, and customer support Moderator: David M. Kall Partner McDonald Hopkins LLC David M. Kall, Esq. McDonald Hopkins LLC David M. Kall, Esq. McDonald Hopkins LLC Steve Burrill Partner
  4. 4. Burrill & Company Norman Chen Partner, Healthcare Fidelity Asia Ventures Limited Frank Kung Managing Partner Vivo Ventures Carl Gordon General Partner Orbimed 10:15-10:45 REFRESHMENTS & NETWORKING BREAK 10:45-11:45 EFFICIENTLY SOURCING INTERNATIONAL DEALS Leading investors share case studies of how their funds operate to access opportunities in Europe, Asia, and Israel • Venture fund/venture fund equivalents in overseas markets • Accessing investment opportunities • Role of government intermediaries/agencies on both sides • Conducting due diligence in foreign markets • Should you open an office, or an alliance? • Structuring deals: tax, legal considerations • Partnering with overseas “strategic”: corporate and government systems • University tech transfer groups spin outs Vivian Lee Partner Aqua Partners Daniel Kosoy Partner Athenian Venture Partners Caley Castelein Partner Kearny Venture Partners Jim Petras Managing Director Early Stage Partners Sanjay Sehgal
  5. 5. Managing Partner & CEO East-West Capital 11:45-1:15 LUNCHEON RECEPTION 1:15-2:30 PROFITING FROM THE DIVERSE GLOBAL REGULATORY & REIMBURSEMENT REGULATIONS This panel will discuss relative advantages of different geographies (Asia, Eastern Europe, and Latin America) regarding: • Conducting clinical studies in more than Europe: India, Australia, China, Eastern Europe • Speed-to-market • Reimbursement differences and advantages Jan Murray* Partner, Life Sciences Squire Sanders Ting Pau Oei Partner L Capital Carol Kovac Partner Burrill & Company Steve Girouard Partner Oakwood Medical Ventures 2:30-5:00 INTERNATIONAL COMPANY PRESENTATIONS Venture –backed health care companies who have received their A or B round of venture funding will be nominated by the advisory board and the selection committee for inclusion in the
  6. 6. International Company Presentations. CEOs from the full range of the healthcare sector, including biotech, life sciences, medical devices, health care services and health care technology companies, will be presenting.. 2:30-2:35 Introduction to companies: 8 Company Presentations – 15 minutes each 2:40 2:55 3:10 3:30-4:00 REFRESHMENTS & NETWORKING BREAK 4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 6:00-7:30 COCKTAIL RECEPTION FOR ALL ATTENDEES Thursday, June 21, 2007 7:30-8:30 BREAKFAST & NETWORKING 8:30-8:40 OPENING REMARKS FROM THE CHAIR 8:40-9:30 VIRTUAL INTEGRATION: GROWING U.S. START-UPS USING OVERSEAS RESOURCES This panel will focus on using overseas resources to grow US-based companies. • Partnering vs. building your own • Strategies for regulatory, reimbursement, and market introduction/distribution • Building clinical champions • What is the value creation in the US exit market for taking this step (i.e., will strategic acquirers find this to be a value-add or a detriment to an acquisition) Moderator: Tod B. Linstroth Partner Michael Best & Friedrich Jeff Stein Partner Sofinnova Ventures Koleman Karleski Managing Director Chrysalis Ventures Noah J. Kroloff Partner NGN Capital
  7. 7. 9:30-10:15 BRINGING OVERSEAS START-UPS INTO U.S. This panel will focus on the challenges faced by non-US investors in bringing their overseas venture start-ups into the US for additional clinical and market development. • Integrating US personnel into an international team • Building clinical interest from foreign clinical data • Gaining interest from US venture investors Dr. Jonathan Reis Partner Extera Partners Avshalom Horan Partner Bridge Fund Allon Reiter Partner Giza Venture Capital 10:15-10:35 REFRESHMENTS & NETWORKING BREAK INTERNATIONAL COMPANY PRESENTATIONS 10:35-10:40 Introduction to companies: 5 Company Presentations – 15 minutes each 10:40 10:55 11:10 11:25 11:40 12:05 end 12:05-1:30 WORKING LUNCHEON RECEPTION TAPPING FOREIGN CAPITAL MARKETS FOR FINANCING GROWTH • Using public foreign capital (Tel Aviv, AIM, and Tokyo exchanges as examples): Pros and Cons
  8. 8. • Singapore’s efforts through Economic Development Board • Japanese and European Industrial Companies • Traditional venture firms Gerald Turner General Partner Focus Enterprises Bruce Roberts Managing Partner Roberts Mitani Robert Kneller Managing Director Paradigm-Q 1:30 PM CONFERENCE ADJOURNS About BioEnterprise: BioEnterprise is a business formation, recruitment, and acceleration initiative designed to grow health care companies and commercialize bioscience technologies. Based in Cleveland, BioEnterprise’s founders and partners are The Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals Health
  9. 9. System, Case Western Reserve University, and Summa Health System. The initiative comprises the collective activities of BioEnterprise and its partners’ commercialization offices: the Case Research Institute Office of Technology Transfer, Cleveland Clinic Innovations, and Summa Enterprise Group. Companies include emerging medical device, biotechnology, and health care services firms. Each year, the BioEnterprise groups choose a select number of companies on which to focus. The resources and networks of the BioEnterprise partners are directed to help those companies achieve greater levels of business success. Contact: Baiju R. Shah, President, (216) 658-3972 or bshah@bioenterprise.com About IBF Conferences: International Business Forum is the leading presenter of venture capital and private equity conferences in the United States. For over 17 years, IBF has been presenting conferences that unite investors to discuss current investing trends and strategies. IBF produces conferences on the following: Venture Capital Investing, Early Stage Investing, Clean-tech Investing, Corporate Venturing & Strategic Partnering, Asset Management, Tech Transfer Investing, Biotech & Life Sciences Investing, Medical Devices and Healthcare Technologies Investing, Nanotechnology Investing, Intellectual Property Commercialization & Spinouts and Global Private Equity Investing conferences. International Business Forum was founded in 1989. Please visit http://www.ibfconferences.com Contact: Alexandra Scott, President & CEO, 516 765 9005 ext 30 or alex@ibfconferences.com Please make your reservations: The Intercontinental Hotel 9801 CARNEGIE AVENUE CLEVELAND, OH 44106 UNITED STATES Hotel Front Desk: 1-216-7074100 | Hotel Fax: 1-216-7074101 CODE: IBF Conferences, Global Healthcare Conference www.intercontinental.com
  10. 10. GLOBAL HEALTHCARE INVESTING CONFERENCE June 20-21, 2007 Intercontinental Hotel ~ Cleveland, OH REGISTER TODAY TO RESERVE YOUR PLACE  Global Healthcare Investing: June 20-21, 2007: $1,295  Emerging Growth Companies: June 20-21, 2007: $795 Name:_______________________________ Title:__________________________________ Name for badge: _____________________________________________________________ Company: __________________________________________________________________ Address: ____________________________________________________________________ City: _________________________________ State: __________ Zip: _______________ Phone: ____________________________Fax:_____________________________________ E-mail: _____________________________________________________________________ METHOD OF PAYMENT CODE: AGENDA Check enclosed (Please make all checks payable to IBF Conferences, Inc. and write Global Healthcare on the check) Please charge to: American Express MasterCard/Visa Signature:_____________________________ Card No: ___________________________Exp.date: ______ Name on card:___________________________ Billing address: ___________________________ City: ______________________ State: _____ Zip: _______ International Business Forum 575 Broadway Massapequa, NY 11758 Tel: (516) 765-9005 (516) 765-9015 E-mail: cathy@IBFConferences.com Sponsorship/Exhibitor information: Registration: Stephanie Paige Cathy Fenn Executive Producer, Ext. 25 Registrar, Ext. 21 E-mail: stephanie@ibfconferences.com E-mail: cathy@ibfconferences.com

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