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BioPitch & Investor Participation



This year's BioPitch Program at the state Annual Conference is now over, however, it is never too early for seed and early stage companies to start to plan to apply for the 2016 BioPitch to take place in Jacksonville. Companies can apply if they meet the following criteria:

  • Developing products in any area of the life sciences
  • Seeking "seed or angel" outside investment (pre- A Round but post- friends and family)
  • Prior capital raised does not exceed $250,000 (excluding grants)
  • Current amount seeking does not exceed $5 million.

2015 Semi-finalists:

  • Admetsys
  • Aegle Therapeutics Corporation
  • Airway Assistance, LLC
  • AP BioteK
  • Asana Medical, Inc.
  • Catalyst OrthoScience, Inc.
  • Cyto-Sen Therapeutics, Inc.
  • Lipid Nanotech, LLC
  • Nanovation Partners, LLC
  • Transgenex Nanobiotech
  • Zyrobotics, LLC

2015 BioPitch Winner:

  • Admetsys

Past Investor Participation! 

Investors who attended and participated in the 2015 BioFlorida Conference in Orlando are below. Previous investment banker, venture capital and angel investor participation included:

 Arsenal Venture Partners    Intersouth Partners
 Ballast Point Ventures    Landmark Angels
 BioCatalyst International    Lumira Capital
 Cassel Salpter & Co.    MPM Capital
 Catalyst Health Ventures    New World Angels
 Duncan-Williams     Pappas Ventures
 Hamilton Lane Florida Growth Fund    Orbimed Advisors
 Harbert Venture Partners    Park BioVentures
 Hatteras Discovery/Hatteras Venture Partners    RC Fleming
 HeathEdge Investment Partners, LLC    Sofinnova Ventures
 HIG BioVentures    Tamiami Angel Fund
 KLH Capital    Windsor Healthcare 


About BioFlorida

BioFlorida is the voice of Florida's life sciences industry, representing 6,200 establishments and research organizations in the BioPharma, MedTech and HealthIT that collectively employ 87,000 Floridians.

Members of the BioFlorida network include emerging and established life science companies, universities, research institutions, hospitals, medical centers, incubators, economic development agencies, investors and service providers.