Capital Development & Partnering Committee
This committee provides a centralized forum within the life science community for all capital development related issues, seeking to address the increased need for capital, throughout the life science industry, in this challenging economic environment.
Assist in the planning of workshops, including securing speakers.
Encourage participation from industry through workshops and events.
Participate in community outreach to as it relates to capital development.
Act as a Resource
Act as a resource for the Biocom California membership.
Keeper of Facts
Act as the keeper of facts for the Greater California region as it pertains to the life science industry.
Biocom California Responsibilities
Provide official communication to committee members through agendas.
Provide clear procedures for participation in each program.
Prepare and distribute marketing materials to promote programs.
Ensure accurate and updated information in publications.
Organize logistics for Capital Development committee meetings.
Committee Admissions Requirements
Prospective committee members must be Biocom California Board Members or appointed by a Board Member. To ensure a strong working committee, committee members are required to attend/call in to at least six capital development-related meetings per year to maintain a seat on the committee. Meetings take place once a month (dates discussed at the planning meeting) at 8:30 AM.Contact Us