BioPartner UK is the accredited trade organisation that provides practical support and international promotion to UK Life Sciences companies, who wish to grow their business overseas. BioPartner signposts to UK expertise and leads delegations to promote the UK presence at major international biopharma conferences. By operating in partnership with the UK government and event organisers, BioPartner assists all UK companies with access to government grants and heavily discounted entry fees. Members of the BioPartner Programme receive extra benefits and support to effectively trade overseas.
Biopharmachem Ireland (BPCI) is a business association within Ibec, a not-for-profit organization, that represents the interests of the biopharma and chemical sectors. We use our unique position to lobby relevant stakeholders for changes on regulations or legislation, facilitate best practice within the industry through benchmarking and run specialized working groups to tackle technical issues by knowledge sharing. Our board is comprised of senior representatives from our membership and they influence the direction/strategy of our organization so we meet their needs. Ultimately, our vision is to make Ireland a world-recognized center of excellence for innovation and development in the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, and chemical supply, thereby becoming the location of choice for the launch of new products.
EuropaBio is the European Association for Bioindustries and was created in 1996 to represent the biotech industry in Europe. EuropaBio became overtime the recognized voice of the European biotech community championing world-class solutions for society’s challenges. EuropaBio’s mission is to promote an innovative and dynamic biotechnology-based industry in Eu- rope able to improve quality of life, prevent, diagnose, treat and cure diseases, improve the quality and quantity of food and feedstuffs and move Europe towards a bio-based and zero-waste economy. Our membership is composed of 79 corporate and associate members and bio regions, and 15 national biotechnology associations representing over 1800 European SME biotech companies.
BioAlps is the world’s most diversified life sciences cluster and represents 1125 western Switzerland companies in the fields of biotech, medtech, pharma, nutrition and e-health. Supported by 12 academic institutions, 7 cantons and the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO), BioAlps offers a dynamic network and an innovative and supportive environment with immediate access to the world of life sciences. The Association’s aim is to promote the excellence and performance of the industry in the region. The community can network and share business opportunities during events organized and supported by BioAlps in Switzerland and internationally.