For two days, 117 leading suppliers from the life sciences sector presented visitors, who came predominantly from Switzerland, with the latest developments and topics relating to laboratory technology, analytics and biotechnology. “While digitalisation and automation are continually gaining importance in the life sciences sector, individual solutions are still required to tackle challenges in analytics and diagnosis”, explains Michael Bonenberger, Director of ILMAC LAUSANNE. “The high level of interest was reflected by the very high attendance figures for the symposia and workshops”, Bonenberger continued. The InnO2 for startups was a new feature this year. A total of ten young entrepreneurs presented their visions for the future viability of the industry.
ILMAC LAUSANNE has shown how live-marketing platforms can be held responsibly and safely
ILMAC LAUSANNE is one of the first live events to be staged by MCH again. The planned events are being implemented with precautionary measures to protect the health of all those involved. ILMAC LAUSANNE has shown how live-marketing platforms can be held responsibly and safely under the new conditions”, confirms Michael Bonenberger, Director of ILMAC. “A big thank you goes to our partners Anton Paar, Milian and SKAN, who enabled us to additionally provide each visitor and exhibitor with their own face mask and disinfectant”, Bonenberger continued.
The quality of the event was not impaired by the preventive measures. The feedback from exhibitors and visitors alike was extremely positive. “I’m delighted that we’ve been given this opportunity to meet up again. The trade fair has succeeded in configuring the safety concept so as not to be uncomfortable”, said Alice Baumli, infochroma ag.