For more than three decades the AusBiotech conference has heralded a coming together of Australian and international biotech leaders and stakeholders. The event will return in 2017 to continue creating awareness of the issues that are impacting the industry, while opening a conversation on global Biotech trends and innovations.
The AusBiotech Exhibition will hope to attract more than 800 people from the global biotech and life science industry, including exhibitors representing more than 100 relative companies. The summit of BioTech experts will give attendees an opportunity to network with field researchers, experts and industry leaders, both on the floor and through dedicated networking dinners and celebrations.
The BioIndustry Exhibition Hall will present visitors an opportunity to meet with manufacturers and discuss products or services within the industry in an open forum. Delegates will also be invited to exchange ideas and reflect on the sector’s achievements in the national and global spectrum.
The conference will touch bases on the current biotech practices within Australasia through a series of presentations by industry figures and open panel discussions. The seminars will cover regulation, the connection between industry and research institutes, research translational strategies, new markets, business development and capital access, new technologies, and the issues facing big pharma.
Companies working within the biotech field have options to join the exhibition floor. The Show allows for exhibitors to rent custom sites to suit all budget and size requirements. The floor layout has also been designed to boost traffic flow for each vendor, maximising face-to-face contact with customers throughout the event. If you’re looking for a platform to launch your new product, create sales leads, or build client relationships within the biotech industry, take a look through the Exhibition Packages, AusBiotech 2017. Or contact the event on + 61 3 9828 1400.
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Registration includes entry to conference sessions, working buffet luncheons, morning and afternoon tea, the industry exhibition hall and networking events such as the welcome reception and closing receptions.
Full registration also includes access to AusPartnering, Australia’s business matching program. Delegates can use AusPartnering to request and schedule 30 minute meetings with other attendees. Day registrants can access AusPartnering with an optional upgrade of $300.
Early-bird rates close on Friday 14 July 2017, after which the standard rate will apply.
AusBiotech invites you to attend the Trade Visitor Day on Friday 27 October from 11.00am – 3.00pm. Trade Visitor Day offers complimentary access to the Exhibition Hall to give you a snapshot of the industry. Get a taste for exhibiting with AusBiotech for future events, engage with other exhibitors or explore employment opportunities. Exhibitors are encouraged to invite key prospects and clients to the Trade Visitor Day.
While access is complimentary, registration must be completed prior to 17 October 2017. Registration for trade day will open soon.
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If you are driving to the Centre, we offer two undercover car parking options with the North Terrace and the Riverbank car parks. Both are located directly under the Centre and are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Clearance is 2.0 metres and automated payment stations accept credit/debit cards (1.5% surcharge for Visa, Mastercard, Diners and Amex).
Both car parks are fitted with video surveillance camera systems and security patrols these areas.
Three main taxi companies operate in the Adelaide metropolitan area and ranks are located on North Terrace and Morphett bridge, right on the doorstep of the Central and West Buildings.
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