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nce Council, comprised of 50 well-connected leaders, and our vast network of seasoned entrepreneurs, investors and industry experts are integral to delivering unparalleled support to the companies we select."

Springboard: Life Science 2012 is a relationship-building accelerator designed exclusively for investment-ready, high-growth companies led by women.  Companies are not required to move or be located in a particular region to participate, as coaching is conducted both in-person and virtually. To apply, companies must fall into one of three broadly defined industries (biotechnology, medical devices and health IT), must be seeking capital, must demonstrate traction and must have a woman in a senior position with an ownership stake. To apply or learn more about how to get involved go to http://www.springboardenterprises.org/forum.

Springboard is the premier platform where entrepreneurs, investors, and industry experts meet to build great women-led businesses seeking equity capital for expansion. Springboard alumnae entrepreneurs are leaders involved in commercializing new innovative technologies, business products and services.  The Springboard portfolio has raised $5.5 billion including 10 IPOs and legions of successful M&A transactions.

Springboard Enterprises is supported by Patrons: CA Technologies, Covington & Burling LLP, Grant Thornton LLP, Venable LLP, and The George Washington University.

Springboard Enterprises is supported by members of the Springboard Life Science Council: Jahanara Ali, NYC Investment Fund; Rukmini Balu, Duke Medicine Global; Janice Bourque, Hercules Technology Growth Capital; Corinne Bright, Onset Ventures; Cheryl Buxton, Korn/Ferry International; Vita Cassese, Mardon Management Advisors; Faith Charles, Thompson Hine LLP; Terry Chase Hazell, RampCorp; Martha Connolly, MD Tech Enterprise Institute; Pamela Contag,
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