PULSE: Programme for Up and coming Life Sciences Entrepreneurs

PULSE is a free three day leadership and entrepreneurship training programme developed by the BIA and the Francis Crick Institute. The programme is for aspiring entrepreneurs and new CEOs looking for advanced practical advice, support and feedback from leading entrepreneurs, renowned professionals and CEOs.

The programme comprises a mix of sessions, talks, interactive exercises, interspersed with networking opportunities to equip you with necessary information and inspiration to become leading CEOs and entrepreneurs. It will give you a chance to practise relevant skills and share ideas in a safe space, with expert feedback and advice. It will also give you the invaluable opportunity to build links and networks across the sector, from industry experts to your CEO peers, and form an ongoing relationship with the Crick and BIA.

In 2021, PULSE will be held virtually via Remo, with a number of innovations to ensure networking, training and one-to-one mentorship are just as impactful as in previous years.

Why apply?

Be part of a small and selective cohort of entrepreneurs; 20 - 25 delegates forming an exclusive mix of young entrepreneurs from the biotech sector and group leaders or researchers from The Francis Crick Institute.  Gain insight from and access to experienced entrepreneurs and suppliers within the sector during and beyond the three day programme.

Applications for PULSE 2021 are now closed



PULSE blogs

Read blogs by previous PULSE alumni to find out more about their experiences, and how PULSE has helped them develop and informed their current roles.

Sioned Jones, BoobyBiome

Pablo Lubroth, UKI2S

David Higgins

Jolyon Martin, PetMedix



Comments from past PULSE alumni



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