BIO 2016 - June 6-9, 2016 - Moscone Center, San Francisco, California
The global event for biotechnology returns to the birthplace of biotech, San Francisco, California. The region continues to grow and advance biomedical innovation while continuing to offer programs and services to support to bring new medical advances to patients. Imagine all of the powerful partnerships when these powerful communities of innovation come together – mark your calendar today!
The world’s largest biotechnology gathering, the BIO Exhibition allows exhibitors to reach high-level executives and influential decision makers who come to BIO to discover new players in the industry, form partnerships and evaluate emerging technologies.
BIO gives you more than a booth. With a 10x10 booth (100 sq. ft. of exhibit space), exhibitors receive:
Six Exhibitor Booth Personnel registrations and (for members) one Convention Access registration
Searchable company listing on the BIO International Convention website (and myBIO) Directory listing in the Official Onsite Guide
One Exhibitor Booth Partnering Account and access to the One-on-One Partnering™ System
Exact offerings vary by booth size.
Exhibit in a Product Focus Zone or Specialty Pavilion:
Patient Advocacy Pavilion – Where you can find patient groups advocacy organization and venture philanthropists.
Academic Zone / Start Up Stadium – Where you can find: tech transfer officers, strategic relations directions, licensing managers, research fellows, faculty, and business development professionals from top universities, research institutions, and hospitals.
BioProcess Zone – Technologies driving the upstream and downstream processes of developing and manufacturing biotherapeutics.
Business Services Zone – Where biotechnology research firms go for products and services— from logistics to IP—to build productive working environments.
Contract Services Zone – CROs, CMOs, pre-clinical trial materials and lab services providers that manage R&D and manufacturing.
Digital Health Zone – With demand for digital health solutions on the rise, this new Zone is a hotspot for BIO attendees seeking:
Discovery Zone – Tools for R&D, stem cell research, translational medicine, gene expression, lab automation and supplies and next generation sequencing.
Innovation Zone – BIO has partnered with the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation to feature Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) funded companies. The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program provides federal funding to small businesses engaged in Research/R&D with the potential for commercialization.
The 2016 BIO International Convention Call for Sessions closed on October 19, 2015. The BIO 2016 program will cover a wide variety of topics relevant to the biotechnology industry, including: healthcare, intellectual property, environmental issues, business development, and more. The BIO educational program covers diverse and timely topics appropriate for many professional disciplines. Visit convention.bio.org/pitch to learn more about submitting a session proposal for BIO 2017.