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The Adoreum Club is hosting an invitation-only breakfast at the Monaco Yacht Club in conjunction with its Club Member, Ellipses Pharma, on Thursday, April 19.
Professor Sir Christopher Evans, named one of “the 25 most influential people in biopharma today”, will be a speaker who will share not only his inspiring story and journey of founding multiple highly-successful companies, which have gone on to save many lives, but also talk for the first time publicly about his new project Ellipses Pharma, exclusively focused on the development of innovative cancer treatments.
With 12 Doctor of Science degrees and over 100 scientific publications and patents on his scientific work, Sir Chris has created over 50 profitable science businesses in the UK and Europe worth over €4 billion.
The Adoreum Club is a discrete, fun and interesting business events platform that provides ongoing access to investors and business leaders via its programme in London, Zurich, Monaco and other cities including New York, Berlin and Tel Aviv.
Club Membership is by invitation only and consists of innovators, creators, business leaders, investors and philanthropists, creating a unique and eclectic mix of influential market leaders.
The Adoreum Club additionally hosts quarterly lunches, which are typically attended by over 100 business leaders from a huge variety of industries, and on a monthly basis the Club holds a breakfast led by a selected guest speaker who is invited to discuss a contemporary topic relevant to members, their businesses and charitable interests.
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