Life Science HR Conference Expands Borders to Outside State Affiliates
About the Partnership
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life as we know it. Now, more than ever, we need to remove our regional borders and work together to support one another, the life science industry, and our members, through resources, valuable content, and the continued opportunity to connect with new networks. In this time of uncertainty, Biocom is excited to partner with outside state affiliates for our 2020 Life Science HR Virtual Conference to expand to California, and beyond, by extending the educational and networking opportunities from our conference to associations across the country. In partnership with AZ Bio, Georgia Bio, and Oregon Bio, we welcome the entire life science HR community to participate in the conference, regardless of your state affiliate. If your company is a member of one of these organizations, we are pleased to offer you the Biocom member rate.
*See below to learn more and receive a discount code for the conference.
About AZ Bio
AZBio is a not-for-profit, 501 (c) 6 trade association promoting the growth of Arizona bioscience companies. The Association is comprised of Member organizations in business, research and education, economic development, government, and other professions involved in the biosciences. As the unified voice of the bioscience industry in Arizona, AZBio strives to make Arizona a place where bioscience organizations can grow and succeed.
We accomplish this by…
- creating a forum for the bioscience community to join together to engage, connect and collaborate.
- educating policy makers and the public about the benefits of our industry to the community.
- advancing the economic interests of individual organizations as well as the sector as a whole.
As the state affiliate in Arizona of the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO), the preeminent national association for biotechnology companies, and of AdvaMed, the largest association representing manufacturers of medical devices, diagnostic products and medical information systems, AZBio has access to information, contacts, resources, cost saving programs, and access to a global bioscience community to which we can connect Member companies.
Contact: Joan Koerber Walker [email protected]
About Georgia Bio
Georgia Bio (GaBio), founded in 1989, is a non-profit, membership-based organization that promotes the interests and growth of the life sciences industry. It is the state’s largest and most influential life sciences advocacy and business leadership organization which works to improve access to innovative technologies and grow Georgia’s life sciences economy. Members include companies, universities, research institutions, government groups and other industry associations involved in discovery and application of life sciences products and related services that improve the health and well-being of people throughout the world. Georgia Bio’s mission is to advance the growth of Georgia’s life sciences industry and foster strategic partnerships that can create a healthier world. To accomplish this mission, GaBio conducts business and economic development activities; advocates on behalf of the industry on public policy matters; educates the public about the benefits of life sciences research and product development; and provides a network for the exchange of ideas, information and opportunities.
Contact: Kristina Forbes [email protected]
About Montana Bioscience Alliance
The Montana Bioscience Alliance serves as a hub for Montana’s biotechnology companies, entrepreneurs, laboratories, hospitals, clinics and universities to commercialize, grow and sustain globally competitive bioscience companies — ultimately to create high-quality jobs and economic opportunity in Montana.
Contact: Sharon Peterson [email protected]
About Oregon Bio
Oregon Bio, a member trade association, was formally established as a 501(c)(6) non-profit in 1989 by a consortium of universities, public officials, educators and bioscience executives to cultivate a regionally synergistic climate in which to build a bioscience community. Today, Oregon Bio supports the regional bioscience community through networking, workforce development, educational programs, enterprise support, advocacy and the promotion of research collaborations. As the collective voice for our bioscience community, Oregon Bio is responsible for communicating the industry’s economic impact, issues and challenges to the public sector, educators and the general public. Oregon Bio promotes the growth and continually seeks ways to support sustainability and growth in the life science, bioscience, biotechnology and device manufacturing sectors. Oregon Bio offers a host of member services to lower operational costs and promote partnering, so members can achieve their scientific, economic and social potential. Oregon Bio is an affiliate of the Biotechnology Innovation Organization.
Contact: Liisa Bozinovic [email protected]