Events & Media Partner Events

22.09.2021 - 24.09.2021

Plant Based Summit

Reims (F)

The focus of the PBS 2021 Conference is to stimulate biobased products development through a market driven approach. The conference program intends to demonstrate how a higher uptake of biobased solutions in everyday products will benefit to consumers and meet their expectations. The congres presents the latest developments and solutions to more than 700 international public and private decision-makers. Participants to the conference typically include end-users, producers of biobased intermediates, biomass producers and transformers, R&D specialists, business angels, investment funds as well as European and national decision makers. The 2021 edition will focus on the biobased products’ markets, and will keep a strong emphasis on the sector’s innovations and challenges.

Info: Association Chimie du Végétal (ACDV)

27.09.2021 - 28.09.2021

BioTech Pharma Summit

Porto (PT)

The BioTech Pharma Summit will bring together the movers and shakers in pharma industry from several areas. Uniting niche and top buyers and sellers together under one roof in one event location.

Info: EPM Group

27.09.2021 - 29.09.2021

Knowledge for Growth 2021

Ghent (BE), +++ online +++

The conference features an exciting programme providing vital insight into the global life sciences’ landscape, one-to-one partnering, a trade fair and more – for the first time as a hybrid event – on-site and online.

Info:, Stefaan Galle


27.09.2021 - 01.10.2021


+++ online +++ / Pamplona (ES)

The largest biotech event in Europe organized by Spanish Bioindustry Association ASEBIO and one of the largest in the world by the number of one-to-one meetings (+3.000) and companies participating (+800). 34% of participants came from outside of Spain – in 2021 virtuell and live in Pamplona.


27.09.2021 - 03.10.2021

European Biotech Week 2021


The European Biotech Week comprises a weeklong series of events celebrating biotechnology, an innovative and vibrant sector launched by the discovery of the DNA molecule back in 1953. The first European Biotech Week took place in 2013, marking the 60th anniversary of this pivotal moment in history. Thanks to that discovery, the deeper knowledge of genes, proteins, viruses, bacteria and genetic structures in general has allowed scientists and biotech entrepreneurs to translate knowledge into applications in sectors such as healthcare, agriculture, food, energy, water sanitation and biochemical processing, all of which have changed the world for the better.

Info: EuropaBio