Ipsen reiterated its commitment to the Innobio-2 fund

On February 4, 2019, Ipsen was delighted to attend the presentation of the new CSF Industries and Health Technologies sector contract at the Ministry of Economy and Finance. The health industry is a strategic sector for our country. Ipsen wishes to play a full role as an industry player, particularly in relation to innovative and structural  projects such as artificial intelligence.

 

Julie Dehaene-Puype General Manager France Takeda, Jean Luc Bellingard, CSF President – Agnès Buzin, Minister of Solidarity and Health – Frédérique Vidal, Minister of Education, Research and Innovation – Agnès Runacher, Secretary of State to the Minister of Economy and Finance – Aymeric Le Chatelier, EVP, Chief Financial Officer, Ipsen – Paul Francois Fournier, SEVP Innovation BPI France – Guillaume Leroy, Sanofi France President – Olivier Laureau, Servier Group President

 

During the event, and in the presence of the Minister of Solidarity and Health, the Minister of Education, the Minister of Research and Innovation and the Secretary of State to the Minister of Economy and Finance, Ipsen reiterated its commitment to the Innobio-2 fund. Ipsen signed for another €5 million investment contribution. In each of its three hubs (Paris-Saclay, France; Oxford, UK; Cambridge, US), Ipsen aims to create a network of privileged partnerships with innovation players.

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