Welcome to European Life Science Journal
We believe in the idea of a strong partnering network. Together with our media and event partners, European Life Science journal reaches an ever growing number of receivers throughout the Life Science industry.
Collaboration and networks are key factors leading to success in the cutting-edge areas of research and innovation.
If you’re looking to generate high quality partnering leads, along with increasing the exposure and profile of your company and its competence and research, then European Life Science journal is an essential publication for you. European Life Science journal consist of a series of business profiles from leading pharma, biotech, life science companies and organisations as well as academic institutions. These feature details of the movers and shakers in the industry, as well as alerting you to the emerging biotech and academic innovators.
Published in European Life Science journal, you receive unrivaled visibility through distribution in one of the leading market publications. In addition, European Life Science journal is also extensively distributed at major partnering events such as BIO, BIO-Europe and BioPartnering Europe. This ensures that business profiles receive widespread circulation amongst target audiences, who are actively looking to partner.
European Life Science printed journal and online journal reaches approximately 50,000 key decision makers, opinion leaders and influencers within the life science industry.
Since the start as ”Scandinavian Life Science journal”, some nine years ago, we were pretty much alone as a media journal within the life science industry in Scandinavia. The journal soon outgrew the Nordic region. Mainly based on the dialogue with our customers, who saw not only the Nordic arena, but the whole of Europe and the rest of the world as their market place.
Thus, we have a huge advantage as a media communicator for those non-Nordic companies that want to align with the Scandinavian life science industry, which we know very well. After nine years of monitoring interactions between Scandinavia, Europe and the world, we can truly say we have a good knowledge of the life science/bio industry on this geographical market.