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Join us for the official launch of the vHive Incubator, the first companion pet and livestock focused Incubator at University of Surrey.

vHive Incubator Launch Event

Join us for the official launch of the vHive Incubator; The first companion pet and livestock focused Incubator.

Hear from the first group of companies talking part as well as industry leaders in this space about how we can push forward innovation in the animal health sector. 

The goal of the vHive incubator is to help start-ups with new ideas to bring innovative animal health products and technologies to market faster and more efficiently. The incubator offers a range of services including lab and office space, mentorship and guidance from industry experts, and access to funding and investment opportunities. The incubator also encourages collaboration and networking between the companies, the university’s research community and members of the Animal Health Innovation Network.

vHive is a strategic alliance between the University of Surrey and Zoetis established to pursue digitally-applicable and/or experimental data-driven collaborative research in areas that are beyond or complementary to Zoetis’ in-house activities.

Agenda

15:00-15:30: Arrival and Networking

15:30-16:00: Introduction to vHive and vHive Incubator

16:00-16:15: Introduction to Zoetis

16:15-16:30: Animal Health HPO

16:30-17:00: Introduction to vHive Incubator Companies

PARKING:

Please note that the parking area is a 10 minute walk from the location of the event. In your booking email, you will receive a parking link to book your parking permit for the event. Please check your spam if you do not receive an email.

The address for parking is: Manor Park Car Park, Guildford GU2 7AD.

Admission is FREE. Use the link below to reserve your spot.

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