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Health sector connections in North America

Posted 01 November 2018

Time zone differences, the tyranny of distance and the absence of a global profile can make it difficult to reach into some of the world’s top healthcare and research institutes. Enter Nathan Elia, Director Investment for the Victorian Government’s Trade and Investment Office in Massachusetts.

Based in Boston, Nathan is employed by the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources, and is responsible for assisting Victoria’s life science and healthcare organisations with market expansion into the US and Canada. Nathan can provide support with establishing connections and setting meetings with key stakeholders across North America. He is also focused on supporting new corporate investment into Victoria by the US and Canada’s biopharm, health and med tech companies as well new clinical studies.

For more information contact Nathan on +1617 678 9770 or email

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