The goal is to promote and strengthen cooperation between Europe’s various bioregions and the enterprises based there. The project aims to drive transnational cooperation in biotechnology and to support clusters by beefing up the services provided. In addition, new SME service packages are being developed and implemented to create a more favorable climate for growth, international cooperation, transnational innovation, and start-ups. The idea is to strengthen Europe’s biotechnology and pharma industry as world leaders in these fields.
Council of European BioRegions.
The aim of this project is to facilitate access to the financial markets for the biotechnology sector. AFIBIO encourages cross-corporate networking on the financial market as a means of procuring access for companies in the biotechnology sector.
NetBioClue is all about active networking for biotechnology clusters in Europe.
Tools of Science
Speaking the same language
Network coordination means learning to identify those needs that are likely to be important to members and cooperation partners not just today but tomorrow as well. For many years now, Heidelberg Technology Park has proved itself to be one of Germany’s most successful biotechnology centers when it comes to creating and building on competitive advantages.
Among the key advantages of Heidelberg Technology Park for prospective tenants is its many years of experience in the coordination of international knowledge transfer in the life sciences sector and its bundling of single products and services to open up and serve the most important national and international markets.
Direct dealings with both legal and political institutions and ministries are just as much a part of its work as is the development of efficient communications with partner parks worldwide.