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NYC: An Exclusive Look into Deep Tech

  • March 04, 2020
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Midpoint Bistro and Bar, 40 W 45th St, New York, NY

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Join NYT Best Selling Author, Po Bronson from SOSV, and fellow CEOs as we take an exclusive look inside the fascinating and ever changing Deep Tech business. SOSV takes software and science and combines them to find solutions and bring positive change on a large scale by funding and mentoring startups. SOSV runs the world's top accelerator programs in hardware, life sciences, cross-border internet/mobile in Asia, food, and blockchain. Over the past 20 years SOSV has funded over 900 startups and presently funds over 150 startups per year.

Po Bronson, award winning New York Times Best Selling author, will be our guide as we explore how Biotech is disrupting our economy and SOSV, The Accelerator VC. Po is the Strategy Director for IndieBio, the world's leading accelerator for life science companies. 

Don't miss this opportunity to learn about the Deep Tech industry. If it has not yet impacted your life and business, it will soon.

SCHEDULE:
6:00 - 7:00 pm - Dinner

7:00 - 8:00 pm - Presentation

SPEAKER BIO:
Po Bronson, Strategy Director, IndieBio/SOSV

Po Bronson is a Partner at the venture firm SOSV, and is Strategy Director at IndieBio, SOSV's life sciences accelerator. IndieBio has created over 116 biotech companies in just the last 5 years, making them the most active early stage biotech investor in the world. Before coming to IndieBio, Po was a Senior Futurist at Attention Span Media, consulting many CEOs of the world's largest corporations on how the world is changing. Po is also an author and longtime science journalist. He has written 7 New York Times bestsellers, and has been honored with 9 national awards for his science journalism. His work has been cited in 185 academic journals and 503 books. A Stanford graduate in Economics, he learned his finance at Credit Suisse First Boston.