2013 BIO International Convention, April 22-25, 2013 in Chicago

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convention.bio.org Register for Convention Access to enjoy Keynote Luncheons, Super Sessions, Breakout Sessions, Receptions, and the BIO Exhibition. The 2013 education program features 125 thought- provoking sessions along 15 topics covering business development, best practices, research, trends, and more.

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2013 BIO International Convention, April 22-25, 2013 in Chicago

  1. 1. 2013 BIO International Convention convention.bio.org
  2. 2. The Global Event for BiotechnologyBIO Delivers:1. A Global Audience from 65 countries2. Top Notch Education and Networking3. Cutting Edge Technology4. Effective and Efficient Partnering5. Unparalleled Exposure for Economic Development
  3. 3. 2013 Schedule-at-a-Glance Get Ready for 4 Effective Days in Chicago!Monday Tuesday Wednesday ThursdayApril 22 April 23 April 24 April 25• BIO Business Forum • BIO Business Forum • BIO Business Forum • BIO Business Forum Partnering Meetings Partnering Meetings Partnering Meetings Partnering Meetings• Education Sessions, • Education Sessions, • Education Sessions, • BIO Exhibition Special Programs, Super Sessions, Super Sessions, Programming Career Fair Keynote Keynote • BIO Exhibition Open &• Opening Ceremony • BIO Exhibition Open & • BIO Exhibition Open & Booth Partnering Booth Partnering Booth Partnering• BIO Exhibition Open & Booth Partnering • Exhibitor Hospitality • Gala Reception at Field Receptions Museum• Welcome Reception at Navy Pier
  4. 4. Top Ten InternationalDelegations by Year TOP 10 INTERNATIONAL DELEGATIONS (by # of Attendees) 2010 in Chicago 2011 in Washington, DC 2012 in Boston 1. Canada 1. Canada 1. Canada 2. United Kingdom 2. United Kingdom 2. United Kingdom 3. Germany 3. Germany 3. Germany 4. France 4. France 4. France 5. South Korea 5. South Korea 5. Japan 6. Spain 6. Japan 6. South Korea 7. Australia 7. China 7. Spain 8. China 8. Belgium 8. Australia 9. Japan 9. Spain 9. China 10. India 10. Australia 10. Brazil
  5. 5. BIO hosts large and small companies Company Size by Number of Employees 0-49 30% 43% 50-249 250-1,000 9% 1,000+ 18%
  6. 6. Evening & Networking Events
  7. 7. BIO Education:Dynamic Discussions & Latest TrendsTuesday and Wednesday Keynote Luncheons6 Super Sessions C-level speakers from major companies lead timely conversations on state of the industry and finance trendsBreakout Sessions 125+ Sessions Along 15 Topic Areas featuring 800 Thought- LeadersSpecial Programming • BIO Entrepreneurship Boot Camp • International Spotlights & Policy Track Featuring BRICs • NEW! Orphan Disease State Forum & Alzheimers Forum • Global Biotechnology Forum • Translational Research ForumVisit convention.bio.org/program
  8. 8. Keynote Luncheons
  9. 9. Super Sessions
  10. 10. Super Sessions (cont.)
  11. 11. Super Sessions (cont.)
  12. 12. New! Special ProgramsInternational Spotlights & Policy Tracy Featuring BRICs China,Russia, Brazil, India (Monday 1/2 Day Programs)Sponsored by: Astellas, GlaxoSmithKline, U.S. Chamber of Commerce’sGlobal Intellectual Property CenterUS Farmers and Ranchers Association Food Dialogue:“The Straight Story on Biotech in Agriculture:Media and its Impact on Consumers”Monday, April 22, 1:45 pm – 4:00 pmSponsored by: State of Illinois and BIO’s Food & Ag Section GoverningBoardPersonalized Medicine and Diagnostics ForumMonday & TuesdaySponsored by: Sponsored by: Johnson & Johnson and NovartisCo-organized by BIO and the Personalized Medicine Coalition
  13. 13. New! Special Programs (cont.)State Legislative Best Practices in Support ofBioscience Economic DevelopmentTuesday, April 23, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PMAlzheimer’s ForumSponsored by: Eli Lilly and CompanyWednesday, April 23, 9:00 am – 3:45 pmGlobal Regulation of Biosimilars:Issues of Importance in Latin AmericaSponsored by: Janssen and RocheWednesday, April 24, 10:00 am – 11:30 amGet Your WORLDVIEW on:A Special Scientific American PresentationWednesday, April 24, 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
  14. 14. New! More Continuing Education Attendees can earn CLP, CLE and new for 2013 – RTTP! >> Credits are available to Education & Exhibition Access, Convention Access, or Full Convention Access. BIO offers sessions eligible for Certified Licensing Professional (CLP), Continuing Legal Education (CLE) and new for 2013, Registered Tech Transfer Professional (RTTP) credits. All BIO educational programming is eligible for CLP credit. Registered Technology Transfer Professional (RTTP) Information Session Monday, Apr 22, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AMconvention.bio.org/continuingeducation
  15. 15. World’s Largest Biotech Partnering EventOne-on-One Partnering™ is a web-based program that allows users topre-schedule 1x1 meetings fostering business relationships betweenuniversities, companies, suppliers, and investors. BIO One-on-One Partnering™ 4 days, 5,500 industry leaders 25,291+ partnering meetings Participants from 60+ countries 2,900+ companies 190 Company presentations
  16. 16. Partnering at BIO = Unparalleled Access
  17. 17. NEW IN 2013!Rare Disease Partnering SummitDont miss the opportunity to hear these excitingBusiness Forum presentations by pediatric institutionsWednesday, April 24, 2–5pm>>These presentations are designed to facilitate collaborationwith industry and advance research in rare and orphandiseases.• Boston Childrens Hospital• Cincinnati Childrens Hospital• Childrens Hospital Los Angeles• The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto• University of Chicago Comer Childrens Hospital
  18. 18. NEW IN 2013! BIO Alliance PavilionFeaturing the Academic Zone & Patient Advocacy Zone
  19. 19. 2013 BIO Exhibition• 1,600 Exhibiting Companies• 60+ state and country pavilions• Thousands of Partnering Meetings• All industry sectors-from human health, therapeutics, devices, diagnostics, industrial/environmental• Product Focus Zones and New Alliance Pavilionconvention.bio.org/exhibit
  20. 20. State Pavilions International Pavilions Alabama Missouri Argentina Israel Arizona New Jersey Australia Italy California New York Austria Japan Delaware North Carolina Belgium Korea Georgia Oklahoma Brazil Malaysia Hawaii Pennsylvania Canada Mauritius Illinois Puerto Rico Chile Mexico Indiana South Carolina China Poland Kentucky South Dakota Europe Russia Maryland Texas EBD Group Spain Massachusetts Virginia France Switzerland Michigan West Virginia Germany Taiwan Minnesota Wisconsin Hong Kong Thailand Hungary TurkeyProduct Focus Zones India United Kingdom
  21. 21. New! Programming in theBIO ExhibitionBiotech Primer Mini-TalkMonday, 2-3pm in the “What’s Your BIO Theater”• Biologics and Biosimilars: The Science• Biorisk Management for Biotech ProfessionalsPartnering in the Cloud –Can Pharma Drive Innovation through Big Data?Tuesday, 2-3:30 pm, BIO Exhibition, “What’s Your BIO Theater”Hosted by: CiscoModerated by: Ryan McBride, Executive Editor, FierceBiotech Don’t miss the manufacturing presentations in the BioProcess Theater (Booth 3380) focusing on: Biosimliars, Cell Therapies, Antibodies, Vaccines, and Single-Use Technologies.
  22. 22. Tuesday, April 23 Association Marketing/Communications Professionals Meetup 10-11am Meetup Area, Booth #4800 Women in Bio Chicago Area Professionals and Executives in Life Sciences 3-4pm Meetup Area, Booth #4800 Tech Transfer, Academic, Patient Advocacy Meetup 4-5pm BIO Alliance Pavilion, Booth #3143 Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Chicago Chapter Meetup 5-6:30pm Meetup Area, Booth #4800Wednesday, April 24 Women in Bio: Speed Networking Session 2-3pm Meetup Area, Booth #4800 GEN Grad Bach & GEN TEN Awards Meetup 3-5pm What’s Your BIO Theater, Booth #2884
  23. 23. 2013 Media Update• Expecting a strong media attendance with high international attendance• Preview stories, blogs, podcasts in media publications including GEN, BioProcess, WIB, etc• Buzz Center will be the media, social media and video interview hub of Convention• Inside the beltway preview stories: The Hill op-ed series• Preview press conference March 28 in Chicago with the Governor
  24. 24. Governors at ConventionConfirmedGovernor Beshear, KentuckyGovernor Branstad, IowaGovernor Corbett, PennsylvaniaGovernor Daugaard, South DakotaGovernor Perry, TexasGovernor Quinn, IllinoisGovernor Walker, WisconsinLt. Governor Anthony G. Brown, MarylandLt. Governor Kim Reynolds, IowaPendingGovernor Hickenlooper, Colorado
  25. 25. Where will “BIO” be in Chicago?2014 Exhibit SalesBIO Exhibition, Booth #4801 Monday-Wed: 9am-5pm Thurs, 9am-12pm BIO Center/Buzz Center Grand Concourse Lobby
  26. 26. Online Resources & Social Media1. Spread the word (email, word of mouth)2. Share in social media (your networks)3. Join the conversation (BIO platforms)
  27. 27. Step 1: Post a Discussion orPoll in a Group
  28. 28. Step 2: Post a Status Update withSession Link (Shows a Preview) @bioconvention #bio2013
  29. 29. Step 3: Send a message to your targeted LinkedIn contacts1. In your“Contacts” tab 1. 2.search by tag,industry, location2. Add contacts toyour message list,click “sendmessage” 3.3. Composetargeted email andpost link to yoursession
  30. 30. twitter.com/BIOConvention #BIO2013
  31. 31. Get in on the #BIO2013 action Events Sessions Speakers Photos Networking
  32. 32. New eBook Available!How to power up your professional networkLatest advances and how they impactyour businessFirst Timer’s GuideContinue the conversationFind the golden nugget in the BIO ExhibitionBiotech’s largest partnering event> Download it at convention.bio.org
  33. 33. myBIO Mobile Mobile site for all mobile devices Native app for Andorid Native app for iPhone & iPad Download Your App at Convention.bio.org/myBIO
  34. 34. See You in Chicago! Contact Us convention.bio.org convention@bio.org +1.202.962.6655

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