Miranda founded BioBeat in 2012 to bring fresh energy and growth to the bio sector. As the global biobusiness sector undergoes rapid transformation, it needs new inspirations and one way to bring this about is through successful women entrepreneurs and leaders. Research suggests that women adopt different strategies for success – from different ways of building companies, working in teams and communication to raising funds and attitudes to risk. Understanding these success factors offers opportunities to develop business models that more effectively engage talent in broader, more inclusive and more dynamic ways. BioBeat’s partners are Cambridge Judge Business School’s Entrepreneurship Centre and the Innovation Forum.



Join the conversation on transforming today’s challenges into tomorrow’s opportunities. The BioBeat16 event will take place in the evening of Wednesday 16 November at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge.

50 Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness 2016 will publish in November.

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The 50 Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness 2015 report really shows how the biotech industry is embracing change, with nearly double the number of Rising Stars compared to last year.

50 outstanding women bioentrepreneurs and business leaders are recognized for their contributions to global health innovation. Read the report now to learn about new trends and leaders in biotech.


2014 saw the expansion of the BioBeat programme with the launch of the 50 Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness 2014 report. Leading in a Collaborative World was the topic at the annual autumn event in Cambridge. Louise Wood, Deputy Director, Department of Health led discussions about leading in a rapidly changing sector, multi-­‐disciplinary working and attitudes to risk in a world where organisations must manage the tension between collaboration and competition. Download the conference schedule here.



An international line up of speakers kicked off the BioBeat programme, sharing their knowledge about growing biobusinesses. There were debates on responding to global healthcare challenges, building companies in new markets, essentials to secure funding and creating effective teams and boards. Download the conference schedule here.

To learn more about BioBeat please contact Miranda