Services and Offerings
CLSA entrepreneur services and offerings connect startups to the resources needed to help them grow into the next generation of life sciences giants.
The CLSA Fellows program is designed to nurture and grow new and incubator companies in the Northern California region. The program provides a discounted membership to qualifying early-stage companies, allowing them full access to the complete CLSA portfolio of benefits, as well as discounts to best practice seminars, conferences, and other networking events.
The QB3-CLSA Accelerator helps startups achieve operational excellence while allowing them to focus on commercializing their discoveries. The program provides access to the collective purchasing power of the world’s largest life sciences cluster, services tailored to startup operations, exclusive executive and peer networking opportunities, industry-academic partnerships, discounted conferences and events, and team-based coaching and advice. Members of the QB3-CLSA Accelerator receive CLSA membership and access to the collective services and resources of two of the Bay Area’s leading entrepreneur-supporting organizations.
CLSA and its affiliate the California Life Sciences Institute are committed to ensuring that life sciences entrepreneurs connect to the capital and resources needed to sustain critical innovation in the industry. We work with providers of lab space and incubators to create a listing of shared spaces in order to help our community grow and connect.
Lab Launch, CLSA’s Los Angeles-based strategic partner, provides a collaborative, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit incubator working to establish a more dynamic biotech startup environment in Los Angeles. Its mission is to enable local scientists and entrepreneurs to develop their ideas in affordable, high-quality lab facilities, with access to services and a supportive innovation community to accelerate their success.
FAST Advisory Program provides selected entrepreneurs with the expert feedback needed to prove their business model and develop a compelling commercialization strategy. Experienced entrepreneurs, product and business experts (which may include clinical development, regulatory, reimbursement and business development specialists) will advise selected Fellows during an 8-10 week program, culminating in a Final FAST Showcase to a broad audience that includes potential investors and partners.
The CLSI Expert Network, enables life sciences startups to connect with industry professionals for answers to your questions about establishing and growing a successful new life science company.