BayBio Collaborates with QB3 To Strengthen Startup Offerings

A new collaboration between BayBio and QB3, two of the Bay Area’s leading entrepreneur-supporting organizations, will expand the service offerings available to Northern California life science startup companies.

The new QB3-BayBio Accelerator program provides access to the collective purchasing power of the world’s largest life science 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.

The program brings together all of the benefits of BayBio membership through the BayBio Fellows program plus the QB3 network of leading startup service providers, allowing entrepreneurs to maximize their resources and lower barriers for productivity so they can focus on commercializing their discoveries.

Launching a startup is difficult, especially for the first-time entrepreneur. Operational issues take up valuable time and mistakes can be costly. The new program is designed to help startups achieve operational excellence, and it connects startups to the strength and wisdom of our region through the BayBio and QB3 networks.

With access to the right resources, life science entrepreneurs can change the world. QB3 and BayBio are committed to helping startups reduce the time and funds needed to prove a technology, build a team, locate experts, and attract capital.

Don’t miss this opportunity to build your company with the combined support and resources of this collaborative program.

To qualify for the program, companies must be based in Northern California with 12 or fewer employees, are pre-commercial, and have raised less than $5 million in funding. Complete a BayBio Fellows application and apply today.

For additional information:
Lori Lindburg

Adriana Tajonar