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Life Sciences 2011



Analysis of the Life Sciences market and opportunities in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Analysis of the Life Sciences market and opportunities in the San Francisco Bay Area.



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  • Life Sciences Opportunity
    Tony Arakawa
  • Bay Area First – Entrepreneurial Environment
    Life Sciences Companies in California: 2244 (largest cluster in the US)
    • 1673 in the SF Bay Area
    Total Estimated Revenues: $300B (24% is in the Bay Area))
    Total Estimated Employment: 267,772
    Total Estimated Wages and Salaries Paid: $19.4B
    Average Annual Life Sciences Industry Wage: $72,332.
    Total Number of Industry and Government Grants: $3.2B
    Total Estimated Life Sciences Venture Capital Investment: $6.6B (30% of total US)
    Total Life Sciences Exports: $18.4B
    Total Number of Various Careers in the Life Sciences Industry in California: 166
  • Company Profiles By Industries
    Academic Research Government
    Agricultural Chemicals Healthcare
    Big Pharma Manufacturing
    Biopharmaceutical Medical Devices
    Biotechnology Pharmaceuticals
    Clinical Research Services
    Development Suppliers
    Diagnostics Technologies
    Diversity Trade Associations
    Educational Training
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  • Big Pharma
    Abbott Laboratories
    Bristol-Meyers Squibb
    Merck & Co.
    Tanabe Research Labs
    Vertex Pharmaceuticals
    Wyeth Pharmaceuticals
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  • BioPharmaceuticals
    ACADIA Pharmaceuticals Gilead Sciences
    Bristol-Myers Squibb Company GrannusBioSciences
    Celgene San Francisco IBEX Technologies
    CyberValPharma, Inc. ImClone Systems
    deCODEBiostructures Inspire Pharmaceuticals
    DSM Biologics Lundbeck Corporation
    Dynavax Technologies Corporation Mannkind Corporation
    Emergent BioSolutions Molecular Insight Pharmaceuticals
    EntreMed, Inc. Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics
    Ferring Research Institute Novacea, Inc.
  • Manufacturing
    Abbott Bioresearch Center
    Ariad Pharmaceuticals
    Bayer Corporation
    Biochain Institute, Inc.
    Coldstream Laboratories
    Eminent Services Corporation
    Intuitive Surgical, Inc.
    Medical Plastic Devices (MPD) Inc.
    Mott Corporation
    OSO BioPharmaceuticals Manufacturing
  • Industry Knowledge and Experience
    Abbott Laboratories: Berkeley Process Controls – machine integration & controls
    Barry-Wehmiller Pharmaceutical Equipment – machine design and integration
    Bayer Pharmaceuticals: SICK and EandM – system design, integration & validation
    Varian Medical Systems: SICK and EandM – system/component design & integration
    Agilent Technologies: SICK and EandM – system/component design & integration
    Genentech: EandM – system/component design & integration-Siemens/Wonderware
    Amgen: system/component design & integration-Serra Engineering Services/Siemens
    Novartis: system/component design & integration-Serra Engineering Services
    Biofacilities: UCSF, Kaiser, Sutter
  • Bay Area Pillar Companies
    Abgenix Chiron
    AffymetrixGenecor International
    Alza Genentech
    Amgen Gilead Sciences
    Applied BiosystemMetabolex
    Bayer Roche
    BD Biosciences Scios
    Berlex Varian
    Bio-Rad Agilent Technologies
    Cell Genesys
  • Bio-Pharma Economic Industry Clusters
    Unparalleled Investment Strengths
    24% of the $300B US biotech market cap is in the Bay Area; 68% in the state of CA
    30% of the total US venture capital funding went to companies in the Bay Area
    Venture capital firms invested $979MM in local biopharmaceutical companies
    Comprehensive Bio-specific Service Infrastructure
    Architecture, Construction, Engineering HR, IT/Communications
    Accounting, Banking, Legal, Insurance Market and Outsourcing Firms
    Contract Research, Contract Manufacturing Publishing (Science, BioWorld)
    Consultants (FDA Compliance, Business Development)
    Equipment and Laboratory
  • State-of-the-art science and Technology research campuses
    Spawning Grounds for the Success of Local Biotech Companies
    East BaySouth South Francisco
    Aquatic Park Center (Berkeley) Edgewater Business Park
    Campus Bay Business Park (Richmond) Campus Bay Business Park
    Chiron Campus (Emeryville) Chiron Campus (Emeryville)
    EmeryStation (Emeryville) EmeryvilleStation (Emeryville)
    Hollis Business Center Hollis Business Center
    Mt. Eden Business Park (Hayward) Mt. Eden Business Park (Hayward)
    Point Richmond Tech Center (Richmond) Point Richmond Tech Center
  • Innovation Centers
    East Bay
    ConXus in Campus Bay Business Park (Richmond)
    ACET (Alameda County)
    Silicon Valley
    Molecular Medicine Research Institute (Sunnyvale)
    San Jose Bioscience Incubator and Innovation Center (San Jose)
    TEN’s Sobrato Center for Innovation (San Jose)
  • Proposed Focus and/or Steps
    Develop a thorough understanding of Rockwell products, services and technologies
    Define specific needs that the products, services and/or technologies fulfill
    Describe the focus/target client group and market size (see earlier slides)
    Understand how the products, services and/or technologies provide competitive edge
    Confirm an understanding of the intellectual property (IP) protection strategy
    Determine estimated revenues and net income over the next 1-3-5 years
    Establish future funding requirements
    Learn the management team composition and overall team experience/knowledge