London, UK, 19th September 2016 / Sciad Newswire / SynbiCITE, in association with the Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre (IBiolC) will run another of its 4-Day MBA courses for biotech entrepreneurs in Glasgow from 20-24 November. This interactive course will cover key strategies required to establish, build and manage a biotechnology company and aid in developing the entrepreneurship of future leaders.

Participants will receive valuable training from experienced SynbiCITE consultants and registered growth coaches, along with access to a variety of guest speaker appearances and unique networking opportunities. This event is ideal for budding biotech talent, particularly those attempting to start their own biotechnology business.

Applicants must submit a completed registration form to by Saturday 15 October 2016 to be considered. For further information, please visit

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About SynbiCITE

SynbiCITE is a pioneering Innovation and Knowledge Centre (IKC) dedicated to promoting the adoption and use of synthetic biology by industry. SynbiCITE and partners across the UK and globally are committed to developing this technology through responsible innovation which encompasses ethical, societal and environmental considerations. SynbiCITE is focused at Imperial College London and is -with partners from industry, academia and organisations that help develop business growth – accelerating the commercialisation of world-class science and the emerging technologies encompassed by synthetic biology into new products, tools, processes and services. SynbiCITE is growing UK industry in the sector and improving synthetic biology innovation, using industry to achieve significant economic impact, generate wealth for the companies, generate skilled workers and create jobs. 

About IBioIC

IBioIC’s role is as a specialist in the Industrial Biotechnology (IB) sector, designed to stimulate the growth and success of the IB industry in Scotland by connecting the dots between industry, academia and government. It represents all four colours of IB, facilitating collaborations and guiding organisations from concept to industry adoption.

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