Covenant Animal Health Partners will participate at the Kisaco Research event, Animal Health Investment USA, April 10-11, 2019 in Boston.
Covenant executives Thomas Overbay, DVM, and Robert Nordgren, Ph.D., will join partners from TechAccel at the event. TechAccel CEO Michael Helmstetter, Ph.D., and Principal Brett Morris will be presenting; Chief Science Officer Brad Fabbri, Ph.D., and Tony Simpson will also participate. Additionally, TechAccel is proud to sponsor the event’s Networking Reception on April 10.
The conference brings together international investors committed to advancing investment in the animal health industry to drive innovation. With an objective to drive new investor engagements in animal health, the conference focuses on demonstrating new opportunities ripe for investment to ensure advancements in animal health innovation continue. TechAccel will sponsor the networking reception at this conference and executives will be available for interviews.
“Animal Health Investment USA is bringing together key players in the global animal health community investing in technologies that will revolutionize our future,” Helmstetter said. “By continuing to invest in animal welfare and disease prevention, we will bring new sustainable technologies to market that will rebuild our food system, improve food safety and enhance the lives of livestock and companion animals.”
Venture Capital Financing: Best Practice for Start-Ups Seeking Finance – Panel discussion invites Morris and executives from Stonehaven Consulting, Anterra Capital and Mountain Partner Group to share their perspectives to provide insights on best practices for start-ups to raise funding.
Livestock Animal Health: Thoughts on Investment and Innovation in the Food Production Animal Sector – Panel discussion invites Dr. Helmstetter to share insight on investment and innovation in the food production animal sector with an executive from AgTech Accelerator. In this discussion, speakers highlight not only the global challenges the livestock sector faces, but also provide guidance on the innovation and investment trends in the US livestock sector.
Clear Challenges: A Call to Action– Starting with a summary of the current state of global animal health, Dr. Helmstetter reviews research and development, the status of the industry as well as the startup and investment ecosystem. Inviting blue-sky scenario building, he posits key pillars essential to achieving a future state in the industry that is at once sustainable, profitable, compassionate and beneficial to humans, animals and the planet.
We look forward to the event and to talking with you there.