‘Snake-bite Jesus’ pitched at Labiotech Refresh

23/06/2016 - 3 minutes

VenomAb made quite an impression at the Startup Battle of Labiotech Refresh. Want to know what makes a biotech audience gasp unanimously? Then take a look at VenomAb’s pitch…

We had Andreas Laustsen, founder of VenomAb, pitch his startup’s mission to bring antivenoms out of the 1900s into the modern age of biotech.

The idea really captured the audience’s attention, but not everyone was convinced about the business model…

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venomab_human_recombinant_antivenom_snake_biteVenomAb was one of the visited companies during Labiotech Tour Denmark., but this a great opportunity for me to understand better what its team is doing, particularly taking into account that they don’t have a website.

Lack of website aside, VenomAb’s message was incredibly streamlined, including its founder branding himself as ‘snake-bite Jesus‘.

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