One Nucleus and British-Quebec Business Coalition sign Collaboration Agreement

19th February 2018

One Nucleus is delighted to announce that at the recent Genesis conference we entered into a Collaboration Agreement with the British-Quebec Business Coalition (BQBC).

Both One Nucleus and BQBC were established to help their member organisations maximise their success. BQBC is a leading organisation promoting two-way trade and investment between Britain and Quebec. Quebec possesses many centres of excellence with which One Nucleus members seek to build partnerships such as Genome Quebec, the first BQBC member to benefit under this collaboration.

Under the terms of the collaboration, non-UK based BQBC members can benefit from One Nucleus membership at a ‘Small Company’ rate, engagement in joint activities around global events, face to face engagement when visiting the One Nucleus region, event speaking opportunities and more. In return, One Nucleus members can join BQBC at their ‘Small Company’ rate, raising their profile to the BQBC membership in a reciprocal manner.

Tony Jones, CEO of One Nucleus commented “The international connectivity and opportunity awareness raising we are able to facilitate through such collaborations can be extremely valuable for our members as they strive to be globally competitive. I am delighted BQBC has selected One Nucleus as a partner to enhance their offer to their Life Science and Healthcare members seeking to enter the UK

Marilyn Krelenbaum, Vice President, Life Sciences, British Québec Business Coalition commented “I am delighted to sign this MOU between One Nucleus and BQBC, formalizing a collaboration that offers significant benefits to members of both organizations for greater visibility and access to the other market and opportunities for an expanded client base and value-added partnerships.”

Contact details:

One Nucleus                                                              British-Quebec Business Coalition

Tony Jones                                                                    Marilyn Krelenbaum

Email: tony@onenucleus.com                                  Email: marilynkrelenbaum@yahoo.ca

Tel: +44 (0)1223 896463                                           Tel: +1 514-488-2772

Notes to Editors:

About One Nucleus

Established in 1997, One Nucleus is the not-for-profit Life Sciences & Healthcare membership organisation centred on the London-Cambridge-East of England corridor. Headquartered in Cambridge, at the heart of Europe’s largest Life Sciences & Healthcare cluster, we support those institutions, companies and individuals undertaking activity in or with the above region.

Through providing local, UK-wide and international connectivity, One Nucleus seeks to enable our members to maximise their performance. This support helping them achieve, or better still exceed, the goals they have set for themselves. Biomedical and Healthcare R&D have always been impactful in driving social and economic progress. In an increasingly outsourced, collaborative and multi-disciplinary sector, bringing the best people together is key to translating great innovation into great products that markedly improve patient outcomes and drive economic development. Attracting and enabling the best people to engage with is at the heart of the One Nucleus team ethos and what we continually strive to deliver. Website: www.onenucleus.com

About British-Quebec Business Coalition

BQBC aims to be an important medium for the promotion of two-way trade and investment between Quebec and Great Britain.

BQBC aims to provide a forum for British companies seeking to develop their business in Quebec and Quebec companies seeking to develop their business in Great Britain.

BQBC will provide an infrastructure for its members to gain business referrals and to act as a conduit for trade between North America and Europe.

BQBC will leverage UK-Canadian agreements, as well as separate British-Quebec initiatives, to promote technology transfer and investment between Britain and Quebec.

BQBC will support trade missions performed by both British and Quebec Governments.

BQBC will seek partnerships, collaborators, distributors and agents within both markets to support members through its extensive network of contacts. Website: www.http://bqbc.org/