AusBiotech supports Team Australia delegation at BIO 2024


AusBiotech’s CEO, Rebekah Cassidy, and COO Rosanne Hyland, are on the ground at BIO 2024 in San Diego – working to support this year’s BIO 2024 mission to showcase Australia’s outstanding life science innovations, innovators and capabilities.

This year’s Team Australia delegation includes the Hon. Ed Husic, Minister for Science and Innovation, state representatives, AusBiotech, MTPConnect, hundreds of Australian companies and delegates and more all standing united to shine a light on our sector.

Taking place in San Diego from 3-6 June and hosted by the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), the BIO International Convention is the most influential event in the global life sciences calendar. This year’s conference is expected to draw more than 20,000 biotech and pharma leaders from 7,000 companies and 84 countries.

AusBiotech is showcasing Australia's capabilities and capacity at the International Council of Biotechnology Associations, hosting a global roundtable in partnership with the Biotechnology Innovation Organisation and with Minister Husic on Investing in Australia, and showcasing the Australian delegation through 'Access Australia', an online platform that enables easy searching of and connection with the Australian delegation attending BIO 2024 – ensuring easier and quicker business development opportunities for our members during this global life science event.

Australia’s mission to the world’s largest life sciences convention continues to grow year-on-year, highlighting the industry’s commitment to fostering global collaborations and partnerships in key markets. AusBiotech’s commitment to members at BIO is part of its global strategy to facilitate international opportunities for investment, collaborations and partnerships, focusing on key markets.

AusBiotech is committed to supporting these ongoing opportunities for industry, which are crucial for the growth of the Australian life sciences sector, and, ultimately for continuing Australia’s position in the sector globally.

We’re grateful for our strong ongoing partnerships with MTPConnect, Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade), CSIRO, and state governments: Government of New South Wales (NSW Government), Government of South Australia, Victorian Government, Queensland Government, and Government of Western Australia to drive a united ‘Team Australia’ approach that supports the whole ecosystem.