[On-site visits on 2nd July]
E-Health & Biotech

You are interested in the e-health and or biotech sectors ?

Register to our dedicated tour* !

You will visit major Breton innovating players in your sector :

The Bay of Morlaix ClinicHoppenAround innovation

Hemarina The Station Biologique de Roscoff (SBR)

ManRos THerapeutics


*Provisional Program. Subject to a minimum number of participants.

Transfer for on-site visits are organized by Bretagne Commerce International wheareas accomodation and meal expenses are payable by the participants.

Your program is organized by Invest in Bretagne

in partnership with ID2Santé

Departure from Brest

The Bay of Morlaix Clinic, Morlaix
Presentation of the medical and surgical centre, part of Vivalto Group, the largest private health company for western France and owner of the #1 clinic in France.

Presentation of Hoppen, a Breton company that develops and sets up a simple, innovative, and intuitive digital product range, which enables healthcare professionals to welcome patients, accompany them and communicate with them better.

Around innovation
Presentation of Around innovation, a Breton start up providing digital solutions to make the most of the patients waiting time at the hospital.

Hemarina, Morlaix
Hemarina is a biotechnology company centered on the research and development of marine oxygen carriers for therapeutic and industrial applications. The company offers products that constitute a decisive technological breakthrough in regard to current or past developments of hemoglobin-based oxygen carriers (HBOCs).

Roscoff Marine Station, Roscoff
Presentation and visit of the station The Station Biologique de Roscoff (SBR) is a centre for research and higher education in marine biology and ecology. It is jointly run by the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and the Pierre and Marie Curie University (UPMC, Paris).

ManRos THerapeutics
ManRos Therapeutics is a development-stage biotech company developing new treatments against cystic fibrosis, neurodegenerative diseases, and renal diseases.

Way back to Brest