Biovica to host conference call to provide second quarter 2018/2019 business update
On December 6, 2018, at 08:00 am CET, Biovica International AB (publ) will publish its interim report for the second quarter 2018. All interested parties are invited to participate in a web-cast telephone conference, which will include a presentation, on the same day at 09:00 am CET. The event will be hosted by Biovica’s CEO Anders Rylander and CFO Cecilia Driving. The presentation will be held in English.
How to participate:
The live webcast and a recorded on-demand version including the presentation material will be accessible at:
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