3 days in-person. 3 days virtually.
October 24–26, 2022 | Leipzig, Germany,
November 2–4, 2022 | Virtual
BIO-Europe® Is Your gateway to the global biopharma community
Register today and find your next partner at the industry's largest gathering of biopharma professionals in Europe.
Experience the thrill of face-to-face networking at BIO-Europe
Thousands of potential partners to meet one-to-one with
Hundreds of informal networking opportunities at BIO-Europe's renowned evening receptions
Find your best-fit partners to propel life-science deal making
Explore BIO-Europe's bustling exhibit floor in search of your life-science partner
Head Clinical Diagnostics
Boehler Life Science Advice
BIO-Europe is truly the most efficient event to find new innovative companies/projects, and to also easily touch base with existing partnerships.
Ways to attend Bio-Europe
Our must-attend global partnering event provides you with easy access to the Global Biopharma community—all under one roof.
Choose the way you would like to take part of the event:
Reconnect with your peers in Leipzig, Germany for three days of productive partnering.
Advanced Business Development Course
Boost your business development skills before attending BIO-Europe in this long-running course which offers lectures from experienced dealmakers, reviews of example models, dissections of actual deals, interaction with other participants, and live Q&A.
Add on this course to your BIO-Europe registration today.
Starting October 21-23, 2022
Leipzig, Germany | Marriott Hotel
Discover fun facts on the epicenter for the life science sector.
In 1497 Leipzig was granted the imperial trade fair privileges by Emperor Maximilian. Therefore Leipzig Fair is regarded the "mother of trade fairs". Leipzig's commercial development was given a boost in the 1990s due to the construction of the ultramodern Leipzig Fair Exhibition Centre with its fascinating architecture. In the inner city, visitors can stroll through arcades and passageways reminiscent of former fair activities. Owing to its rich history in trade the city is still – or once again – an attractive location for investors like Porsche, BMW and DHL.