Initiated by a global think tank, Klosters Institute, the objective is to create a consortium committed to fostering collaboration. Research to assessing connectivity the global cancer ecosystem and published in a Cancer Impact Guide targeted at family offices, foundations and impact investors.
Initiated by a global think tank, Klosters Institute, the objective is to create a consortium committed to fostering collaboration and initially presented at the New York Oncology Conference May 8 and 9
Conference will feature a global update on progress in oncology highly screened group of companies and key opinion leaders in the field of oncology.
Commissioned by Klosters and Produced by OneMedMarket, the Cancer Impact Guide will identify major challenges and opportunities through interviews with key opinion leaders and profiles of emerging companies and technologies. The objective is to enable investors to understand the highest and best use of capital in the oncology space, facilitate collaboration and share findings between oncology professionals with the impact investment community. 18 Chapters with insight from thought leaders as well as organization involved in addressing cancer. Getting all the players into one resource is the first step to connectivity which can then lead to collaboration.
It will be first introduced at the May 8, 9 Conference, the objective of which is “Present the latest developments in oncology and a select group of exceptional investment opportunities” said William Werkmeister, Founding Partner of the International Cancer Impact Fund who created the conference in 2017. “It is our mission to match active life science investors with the best companies in oncology 30 companies from a variety of will be invited.
“The purposely small and a highly curated event will include workshop by thought leaders in the field of oncology, as well as life science investors (both funds and family offices) who will lead discussions on challenges and opportunities in oncology” said Bob Trehy Senior Vice President of OneMedMarket, publisher of the Cancer Impact Guide. All attendees will receive subscription to the Cancer Impact Guide
Highly respected global leader in fundamental cancer research The National Foundation for Cancer Research is a conference sponsor provide terrific insight into the subject and an impressive roster of experts in oncology that bolsters our network of investors and industry-wide key opinion leaders.
The event is hosted and Managed by: MediaWerks and OneMedMarket Sponsored by The National Foundation for Cancer Research (NFCR), The International Cancer Impact Fund (ICIF), The Klosters Institute. It will be held in New York City at the law firm of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Sponsor Klosters Institute is a New York based think tank that fosters collaboration among organizations addressing global humanitarian challenges. It was founded and has offices in Klosters Switzerland where its winter meeting is held in tandem with the World Economic Forum in Davos/Klosters. Cancer is its first project within its Health and Wellness strategy.
The Cancer impact Guide will be the first in a series of Guides to Impact Investment published by Klosters Institute