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The ChinaBio® Partnering Forum 2012 was a great success this year with 719 attendees and over 1100 one-to-one partnering meetings - up over 40% from 2011. With over 100 speakers from China's and the world's most successful pharma and biotech companies, investors and analysts, CBPF2012 has become the event to meet the industries leaders and to learn about China's life science industry.

The following videos are a few of the high-profile panels, workshops, and interviews with leading dealmakers recorded by EBD Group during the conference.

Partnering landscape in China: Going global

2011 was the most active year yet in China's short history of pharma partnering. Pharma executives discuss deals they've done in cross-border partnering with China.

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Venture capital and private equity landscape in China

VCs in China run the gamut from traditional firms to government-supported funds to corporate funds; our VC panelists are all actively investing in China pharma and biotech.

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How to find and identify early stage science in China

China is becoming a center of global innovation. What drives this increase in novel technology development? Panelists who are actively driving innovation in China have answers.

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The road to China: A fireside chat

The road to China can take many paths. Our Fireside Chat features two industry leaders who have embarked on the adventure, sharing their dos and don'ts of coming to China.

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Regional focus: Leveraging commercial rights for the China market

This panel examines strategies to penetrate the China market such as building up a new presence in China or making commercialization deals with established Chinese companies.

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CBPF2012 Highlights

  ? 1100 scheduled one-to-one meetings
  ? 719 attendees
  ? 432 companies
  ? 38 company presentations
? 11 professors/researchers presentations
  ? 23 countries represented