Grow your Early Stage BioMedical Business

Miranda helps early stage biomedical businesses attract investment and develop their business strategy.  Miranda founded and runs BioBeat, a programme to inspire the next wave of bioentrepreneurs and business leaders

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BioBeat

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Miranda has a track record of commercialising early stage life sciences technology and 25 years’ experience of working with emerging technology businesses. She has strong links with the Cambridge cluster.

Miranda delivers practical business development services: experience, expertise, results.

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In 2012, Miranda founded BioBeat. Now approaching its fourth successful year, the programme creates opportunities for the next wave of bio entrepreneurs and leaders. Inspirational women leaders share fresh thinking about the global trends transforming the biotech industry so we can all build a stronger, more sustainable sector.

Securing committed partnerships is key to success when growing an early stage biomedical business. Contact Miranda now to see how she can help you.

Miranda has worked with many entrepreneurs to grow their early stage biotech and healthcare ventures. She is experienced in fundraising, business planning and technology transfer.

Miranda is a long standing Mentor for the Ignite programme at Cambridge Judge Business School’s Entrepreneurship Centre, a Coach for the SME Instrument of the European Commission, and member of the St John’s Innovation Centre Training Team. She contributes to the University of Cambridge Masters in Bioscience Enterprise course.

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University of Cambridge - MPhil in Bioscience Enterprise

She brings experience as a Technology Transfer Manager at Cambridge Enterprise, University of Cambridge, where she assessed and marketed life science technologies, negotiated licences, and spun­‐out companies. She was responsible for technology transfer at the University of Cambridge for the Cambridge-­MIT Institute. In her five years at the seed capital firm, Cambridge Research and Innovation, she identified and invested in early stage technologies. Miranda helped found Cambridge Network with Hermann Hauser.

Miranda holds an MA (Cantab) in Natural Sciences, is a Fellow of the Linnean Society and holds the Chartered Institute of Management Accounting’s Diploma in Management Accounting. She has edited eight books and contributes regularly to industry publications.