Programmes offered by CASE BioMed


BioBusiness is a one-week comprehensive advanced programme aimed to promote entrepreneurship in the field of Biotechnology. It provides an in-depth understanding of what it takes to set up and finance successful biotechnology companies in Europe.

Extensive discussions and case studies emphasize the challenging issues that are critical to this relatively new market opportunity. During the week, participants may draft a plan for developing a new opportunity in their area.

Participants are given guidance on how to take on leadership roles in their communities, to start and fund their own business, or play a more active role in investing in life-sciences ventures.


MedTech Business

MedTech Business is an advanced comprehensive programme which provides existing and potential entrepreneurs with the necessary network, tools and expertise to increase the chance for success whether they are exploring creating a venture or growing an existing business.

Access to a faculty of real-world business expert gives participants a chance to learn about and participate in the entrepreneurial process.

Through these connections to seasoned entrepreneurial business executives, venture capitalists and service providers, the programme can help build momentum for emerging ventures.



The BioEntrepreneurs Club (BioClub) seeks to inspire, connect, and educate young and future BioEntrepreneurs through lectures, workshops, panel discussions.

These are held by entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and industry experts on major issues underlying the launch and development of a successful bioscience enterprise.

The workshop aims to provide participants with the appropriate knowledge to support rational and value-driven decision-making, and help them structure and negotiate attractive deals. A number of highly interactive lectures connect up, and underpin, the underlying theory with real biotech cases.


eHealth Business

This comprehensive advanced program is aimed to promote entrepreneurship in the field of eHealth. It focuses on how eHealth services and products can be developed, financed, and commercialized. Young and future eHealth entrepreneurs are supported in getting a clear understanding of the relevant markets and the key problems that their business model will attempt to solve.

Participants will be given guidance in their leadership role, learn how to start and fund their own business.

Lectures and seminars are taught by world-class instructors from the eHealth industry, academia and venture capital. Access to this faculty of business experts gives participants a chance to build momentum for their emerging ventures.