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Mbec sponsor packet opportunities america21 - final

  1. 1. SPONSORMay 21-22, 2012Cleveland, Ohio PACKET
  2. 2. Johnathan M. Holifield, Esq. Co-founder, The America21 Project Dear Sponsor, Thanks for your support of the Minority Biomedical Entrepreneurship Conference (MBEC). Your participation is demonstrable evidence of your strong support of an outreach that seeks to expand the number of minority entrepreneurs in the biomedical space. The MBEC is part and parcel of America21’s overall Inclusive Competitiveness strategy. Minorities are severely under-represented in the biomedical industry as both job seekers and job creators. The MBEC is the nation’s first national conference devoted directly to addressing this problem. We’re proud to partner with Bioenterprise in producing this historic event. We are already connecting with a fragmented field of professionals, educators, entrepreneurs and investors who are excited to be a part of new opportunities. Across the biomedical landscape there is a consensus of concern for the future of opportunities for minorities in the space. America21 is the leading visionary voice resonating within the heart of the concerned: professional associations, universities, corporations, small businesses, entrepreneurs and investors. Come to Cleveland and meet those who support the MBEC’s inaugural effort to develop future access channels of entrepreneurial opportunity. May 21-22 We truly appreciate your support of this historic event.Cleveland, Ohio Johnathan Holifield, Esq.
  3. 3. Baiju R. Shah President & CEO, Bioenterprise Dear Sponsor, We appreciate your support of this timely initiative. This first-ever Minority Biomedical Entrepreneurship Conference begins to tackle the many challenges for minority entrepreneurs in the biomedical industry. At the conference, attendees will find mentoring opportunities, entrepreneurship education and practical advice on starting and growing a biomedical company. Panelists and speakers include seasoned minority biomedical investors, executives and entrepreneurs who will share insights and provide guidance on how to turn a great idea or technology into a successful biomedical start-up. With its rapidly growing biomedical industry and nationally recognized research, clinical and educational institutions, Cleveland is the ideal location for this first-ever Minority Biomedical Entrepreneurship Conference. The entrepreneurial environment is one that embraces and provides an unparalleled support network to biomedical innovators. We thank you for your support and welcome you to the first Minority Biomedical Entrepreneurship Conference. May 21-22 Baiju R. ShahCleveland, Ohio President & CEO, BioEnterprise
  4. 4. InclusiveCompetitiveness Connect & Collaborate African Americans and Latino Americans – are severely under- represented in biomedical innovation. MBEC is a national conference focused on increasing minority participation and MBEC will expand competitiveness in the biomedical industry. opportunities and MBEC organizers are reaching into professional peer networks, develop networks of universities, affinity groups, corporate, entrepreneur and investor networks, government and small business access that strengthen environments … we are doing the hard work of finding andthe biomedical industry connecting with those who are fragmented and underserved. Your support of the MBEC is a major step toward connecting more minorities to your company and to opportunities in today’s biomedical innovation economy. Competitiveness in U.S. Biomedical Industry Whites 84% Asians 10% Blacks 4% May 21-22 Hispanics 2% Cleveland, Ohio
  5. 5. NATIONAL SCOPE NATIONAL EFFORT REACHING MINORITIES THROUGH NETWORKS • National Black Data Processing Associates (NBDPA) • National Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Association (NBPA) The logos of Gold & • National Organization for Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBBCHE) Platinum Sponsors • National Society for Black Engineers (NSBE) will be promoted in • National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME)our weekly newsletter • Black MBA distributed through • Black Ivy Alumni League MBEC national • BIO - Biotechnology Industry Organization partner groups & • PhRMA - Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturing Association targeted media • Women in BIO • Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) • Listos America Distribution • Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers 6 weeks prior • American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) Weekly 6 weeks following • American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Newsletter • American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) updates targeted • American Society for Virology lists on industry May 21-22 • American Society for Neurobiology (ASN) news and MBEC Cleveland, Ohio • Nature Biotechnology
  6. 6. NATIONAL SCOPE NATIONAL EFFORT MBEC NEWSLETTER Welcome section with brief updates weekly The logos of Gold & Platinum Sponsors Static MBEC promotional will be promoted in content with linksour weekly newsletter distributed through Newslink / Information MBEC national section 1 (photo option) partner groups Newslink / Information section 2 (photo option) Distribution 6 weeks prior Sponsor logo / info area 6 weeks following Links to sponsor site May 21-22 Cleveland, Ohio
  7. 7. SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIESCleveland, Ohio
  8. 8. SELECT SPEAKERS Dr. Frank Douglas President, Austen BioInnovation Institute in Akron Dr. Douglas serves as day-to-day chief strategist for the Austen BioInnovation Institute in Akron, a new biomaterials institute built on a unique collaboration of five leading medical and educational institutions. Dr. Douglas was formerly executive vice president, chief scientific officer, and a member of the board of management of Aventis, where he headed drug innovation and approval, with global responsibilities for R&D, and regulatory and marketing support. Ron Foy, Managing Director, Cambria Capital Partners Mr. Foy is currently Managing Director of investment banking in the San Francisco office of Cambria Capital, LLC, a multi-office investment banking and merchant banking firm. Cambria provides a broad spectrum of capital raising and M&A advisory services to microcap and small cap publicly-held companies as well as privately-held emerging growth companies. Darrin Redus, Chief Economic Inclusion Officer, Jumpstart JumpStart is a nationally renowned venture development organization. Darrin Marriott Hotel Ballroom Redus oversees JumpStart’s inclusion efforts and ensures that staff, programming and business practices reflect and engage the rich diversity of skills and talents of a multicultural society. Darrin joined the JumpStart team after serving as Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Redus Small Business Advisors LLC, a strategic planning and management assistance firm he established in 2003. Reserved for luncheon keynote May 21-22 Cleveland, Ohio
  9. 9. “At first, I didn’t even know what GQ was …” Dr. Frank Douglas, GQ Rock Star of Science award recipientFrank L. Douglas, MD, PhD, ‘Rock-Star’ Physician Scientist Leads ABIAJanuary 2012As a renowned leader in healthcare, pharmaceutical research, biotechnology andentrepreneurship, Frank L. Douglas, MD, PhD, is accustomed to receiving awards —among them the Louis B. Russell Memorial American Heart Association Award, theNational Organization of Chemists and Chemical Engineers Lifetime AchievementAward, and the Medal of Honor from the Johann Wolfgang von Goethe University inFrankfurt, Germany.But of the many prizes and accolades the innovative president and CEO of theAusten BioInnovation Institute in Akron (ABIA) has received, the 2010 “Rock Star ofScience” award, one of 17 given nationally by the Geoffrey Beene Foundationand GQ Magazine, was the only one for which he himself needed some additionalexplanation.“At first I didn’t even know what GQ was,” muses the 68-year-old Dr. Douglas. “I hadto call my daughter and ask her.”The annual award pairs scientific heroes with celebrity musicians in a campaign toraise awareness of the role of science in society and to highlight global champions ofmedical research. It is a fitting tribute to a man who has devoted his entire life tothe pursuit and practical application of life-saving pharmacological and technologicalbreakthroughs.“This is a fantastic effort to bring awareness to the vital role of science and medicalresearch in an engaging way,” says Ohio’s only ‘rock star’ recipient. “I am delightedto be involved.”A Rising Star … (read rest of article here)
  10. 10. DAY 1 MBEC Registration 10 am – 6 pm Marriott Hotel Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Workshop 1 – 4 pmDowntown Cleveland Cocktails / Networking 6 – 7 pm Welcome Dinner + Keynote Speaker 7 – 8:30 pm May 21-22 Cleveland, Ohio
  11. 11. DAY 2a tentative Breakfast + Morning Remarks 7:30 – 8 am Panel: Emerging Opportunities in Healthcare 8 – 9 am Marriott Hotel Panel: Starting & Running Biomedical Ventures 9 – 10 amDowntown Cleveland Break: Company Showcase 10 – 10:30 am Commercializing HBCU Intellectual Property 10:30 – 11:15 am Establishing Universities as R&D & Clinical Champions 11:15 – Noon May 21-22 Lunch + Keynote Speaker Noon – 2 pm Cleveland, Ohio Keynote: “Silver Buckshot: Minority STEM Education + involvement in the BioSciences”
  12. 12. DAY 2b tentative Panel: Healthcare Investor 2 – 2:45 pm Presentation: Other People’s Money Marriott Hotel Windup & Pitch 2:45 – 3:30 pmDowntown Cleveland Break 3:30 – 4 pm Pitch Session: Company Showcase + Audience Investment 4 – 5:30 pm May 21-22 Closing Remarks + Cocktail Reception 5:30 – 7 pm Cleveland, Ohio
  13. 13. MBEC PLATINUM SPONSOR Contribute to the nation’s first Minority Biomedical Entrepreneurship ConferencePLATINUM • Host Opening Reception or Dinner – May 21st • Opening or Closing remarks • Facilitate introduction with select conference delegates • 10 Complimentary registrations • LOGO promotion in Weekly Newsletter • Full page color ad in MBEC program book* • Exclusive access to attendee contact list • Platinum includes most Gold benefits $15K * MBEC program book closes May 1
  14. 14. MBEC GOLD SPONSOR Contribute to the nation’s first Minority Biomedical Entrepreneurship Conference • Host of one of the following meal functions:GOLD Host the Breakfast – May 22nd Seated + Served Luncheon – May 22nd Closing Reception – May 22nd • Opening or Closing remarks at meal functions • Table top exhibit space • 8 Complimentary registrations • 25% VIP discount for additional tickets • LOGO promotion in Weekly Newsletter • Corporate logo and profile in MBEC program book* • Gold includes most Silver level benefits$10K * MBEC program book closes May 1
  15. 15. MBEC SILVER SPONSOR Contribute to the nation’s first Minority Biomedical Entrepreneurship ConferenceSILVER • Choose one of the following: Notepads and pens printed with company logo, placed at each place setting Lanyard Tote Bags printed with company logo, given to each attendee upon registration. Morning networking / Refreshment Break – May 22nd • Corporate logo and profile in MBEC program book* • Includes all Bronze benefits $5K * MBEC program book closes May 1
  16. 16. MBEC BRONZE SPONSOR Contribute to the nation’s first Minority Biomedical Entrepreneurship ConferenceBRONZE • 5 Complimentary registrations • 15% VIP discount for additional tickets • Signage in lobby/registration area with corporate logo • Corporate logo on slide in meeting room • Corporate logo in MBEC program book • Inserts for Conference Totebag (provided by sponsor) • Web site linkage on event page$2,500
  17. 17. SBIR WORKSHOP SPONSOR Contribute to the nation’s first Minority Biomedical Entrepreneurship Conferenceworkshop • Welcome or closing remarks • Corporate logo and profile in SBIR Workbook SBIR • 5 Complimentary registrations • 15% VIP discount for additional tickets • Signage in lobby/registration area with corporate logo • Corporate logo on slide in meeting room • Corporate logo in MBEC program book* • Inserts for Conference Totebag (provided by sponsor) • Web site linkage on event page $5K * MBEC program book closes May 1
  18. 18. MBEC VIDEO SPONSOR MBEC downloadable video will be featured online at conference websiteVIDEO* 10-second pre-roll BONUS! First video sponsor will receive a full color outside back cover ad in the MBEC $15K program. *Video sponsors also receive Silver benefits
  19. 19. Thank you for supporting America’s First …Cleveland, Ohio
  20. 20. CONTACT JoAnne Lyons Wooten Cell: 240.460.5153sponsor@minoritybiomedical.org

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