Benefits of Membership
Georgia Bio has member companies statewide, representing the entire lifecycle of the biosciences: research institutions, emerging companies, mature industry, global pharmaceuticals, as well as consultancies, suppliers, and other related services that improve the health and well-being of people throughout the world. Together, we seek to advance the growth of Georgia’s life sciences industry and foster strategic partnerships that can create a healthier world.
Each year, our member companies realize significant benefits through our strategic connections, advocacy support, and money-saving group purchasing and preferred provider programs.
BIO Business Solutions
Georgia Bio has partnered with the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO), the international association for the biotech industry, to offer GaBio members discounts and other benefits on products and services from industry-leading suppliers through BIO’s cost-savings program, BIO Business SolutionsSM. This partnership provides GaBio members excellent discounts and special benefits on such products and services as laboratory products and equipment, clinical trials liability and other lines of commercial insurance policies, news distribution services, office supplies, computer and technology products and more.Click Here to Learn More.
Networking & Professional Development
Georgia Bio brings members together to discuss relevant business issues and share their experiences through committee, network, taskforce and forum meetings for members only. Check out the roster of committees and the topics they address.
Stay in the Know
Connect with potential partners, interact with industry thought-leaders, and create business development opportunities at our more than two dozen programs each year.
Help inform our advocacy efforts in Georgia by providing us with insights demonstrating the impact of public policy on Georgia’s bioscience companies.
Invest in the Future
Georgia Bio launched a strategic initiative in education and workforce development in 2007. The program strives to accelerate the alignment of Georgia’s current and future workforce with the needs of its life sciences industries. Please visit the Georgia Bio Education Website: http://www.georgiabioed.org/.