Grant Award competition – Woman’s Entrepreneurship

Montréal InVivo is proud to annonce the support of the City of Montréal, which is launching a Grant Award competition – Woman’s Entrepreneurship offering women the opportunity to develop their skills by enrolling in the Entrepreneurship Development Program in Life Sciences. Submit your application before January 29, 2021.

Grant Award Competition for SME’s employees and entrepreneurs

Montréal InVivo is proud to annonce the support of the Pfizer to launch a Grant Award Competition offering to SME’s employees or entrepreneurs the opportunity to develop their entrepreneurship skill by enrolling in the Entrepreneurship Development Program in Life Sciences. Submit your application before February 8, 2021.

Do you want to learn cutting-edge managerial techniques, providing you strategies to develop and grow an innovative business?  

The Life Science Entrepreneurship Development Program (LSEDP) is an immersive and experiential training program created by an unprecedented 

collaboration between Montréal InVivo, the Life Sciences and Health Technology (LSHT) cluster, the Faculty of Pharmacy at Université de Montréal, and 

Concordia University’s John Molson Executive Centre. 

Divided in ten (10) intensive 2-to-3 days modules from February 2021 to January 2022, you will experience more than 150 hours of relevant strategic content. 

Training for students, researchers, management employees in the life sciences sector, off-sector professionals dealing with life sciences (insurance, banking, etc.) 

  • The LSEDP is designed to strengthen the skills of all LSHT innovative thinkers, you will be able to: 
  • Apply leading management techniques from the lab to the market 
  • Obtain valuable industry insights and tools to speed up the growth of your business 
  • Stand out by bringing high-impact knowledge to your business 

The Life Sciences Entrepreneurship Development Program brings together since its inception

54
graduate students
3
cohorts
11
partners
12+
professors and lecturers

At Montréal InVivo, business development is one of our strategic priorities. To achieve this, it is necessary to ensure the development of the skills of the professionals who work in these companies. Thanks to this type of program, we believe that companies will have qualified personnel even more efficient in the environment of an SME and that it will make it easier for them to reach their objectives. 

Frank Béraud, CEO of Montréal InVivo 

Be part of the 4th cohort of the Program! Early bird registration until January 15, 2021

To learn more about the courses offered and the eligibility criteria, visit the Program website.

En 2019, Montréal InVivo a mis en œuvre une série d’initiatives pour soutenir davantage le développement du leadership de femmes entrepreneures afin de soutenir la diversité dans le milieu de l’entrepreneuriat en sciences de la vie. Grâce à un financement de la ville de Montréal via le Programme « Accélérer l’entrepreneuriat » et le support financier de Pfizer Canada, l’Institut TransMedTech et IRICoR, huit femmes entrepreneures pourront bénéficier d’un soutien pendant les 18 mois suivants la fin du PDESV. La généreuse contribution des partenaires, District 3, IRICoR, Pfizer Canada, l’Oncopole et le gouvernement du Québec, aura permis de faire de la deuxième édition un autre succès.

Life Sciences Entrepreneurship Development Program

Entreprenez une formation continue pratique et immersive !

Christina Mastromonaco est une finissante du Programme de développement de l’entrepreneuriat en sciences de la vie. Initiative de Montréal InVivo, le Centre des dirigeants John-Molson et la Faculté de pharmacie de l’Université de Montréal, cette formation pratique et immersive permet à tous et toutes de faire croître l’entrepreneur(e) et le gestionnaire en vous!