SoCalBio Business Mixer

Thursday, August 30, 2012 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (PDT)

Conference Room at Reed Smith
355 S Grand Ave, #2900
Los Angeles, CA 90071


Eventbrite - SoCalBio Networking Forum in LA County: Bioscience Regions in the U.S. Trends, Best Practices and Competitive Strategies


Bioscience Regions in the U.S.

Trends, Best Practices and Competitive Strategies

This SoCalBio Networking Forum will focus on the findings of the recent 2012 Battelle/BIO State Bioscience Industry Development Report. This is the only comprehensive study that tracks the development of the various segments of the US bioscience industry -- drugs, devices, bioscience R&D, medical testing laboratories and Agbio --  at the regional level. The study incorporates recent industry performance data for the US bioscience industry which will be utilized to assess  the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the biosciences in the Greater Los Angeles region.  

Given that 
Los Angeles County has engaged Battelle’s Technology Partnership Practice to assist in the development of a strategic plan for advancing biosciences development in the County, you will have an opportunity during this forum to be part of the discussion regarding how to accelerate the growth of bioscience industry development with a particular focus on how to leverage the presence of the world class academic research base in the County. 



Mitch Horowitz, Managing Director

Battelle Technology Partnership


4:00 pm        Registration and networking

5:00 pm        Introductions

5:30 pm        Presentation

6:15 pm        Discussion

7:00 am        Mixer Adjourns

Thanks to Forum Sponsors










Replenish Inc.




Media Partners





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Organized by the Southern California Biomedical Council, the SoCalBio Networking Forum is a monthly business mixer that brings together leaders from all segments of the life-science industry to share insights and learn about:

  • Innovation best practices
  • Device and biotech business trends
  • Technology convergence opportunities, and
  • Broad-reaching public policies shaping the commercialization of innovations and healthcare service delivery in the U.S. and abroad.

For more information, contact Ahmed Enany, President & CEO, Southern California Biomedical Council at 213-236-4890 or send e-mail to