Friday’s conveyor belt of good news continues at Innovators Magazine – this time for players in the industrial biotechnology field.
And another event we’re media partners with, the BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology – taking place in Philadelphia this summer – is offering our readers a 20% discount on full conference registration.
Speaking to Innovators Magazine last month, Paul Winters, Director, Broadcast Media Services for Congress organisers, the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), said: “The BIO World Congress continues to prove itself as the largest international event for industrial biotechnology. The 2018 conference promises to present new opportunities to make global connections through business partnering, education and networking. In 2017, more than a quarter of the nearly 1,000 attendees were c-level executives, representing 535 companies from around the globe. There were 32 countries represented at the event, with the largest delegations coming from the United States, Canada, the Netherlands, France and Germany.”
And this will be a milestone moment for BIO.
Paul continued: “The 15th annual BIO World Congress coincides with the 25th anniversary of the Biotechnology Innovation Organization. In June 1993, two smaller trade groups – the Industrial Biotechnology Association (IBA) and the Association of Biotechnology Companies (ABC) – merged to form BIO. Over the past quarter-century, BIO’s policy advocacy and business partnering support have helped biotech companies build a diverse and thriving industry. Throughout 2018, BIO will be celebrating the policy and innovation milestones that have helped the United States become the world’s strongest biotech market. The BIO World Congress will showcase the industrial biotech sector’s continued growth and diversification.”
Sign up by 16 February to secure your 20% discount offer. This will ensure you get a 20% off code before registration opens at the end of the month.
The Congress will be held between 16 and 19 July 2018 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.