Become a Sponsor

About Sponsorship

With over 150 educational and networking events for biotech professionals plus four annual conferences organized each year, Biocom offer companies unparalleled opportunities to reach a targeted audience through sponsorship.

Digital Advertising

As our Events team continues our mission to provide value to our sponsors, we want to share an opportunity to reach Biocom California’s online audience through digital advertisement re-targeting. Re-targeting is a strategy that allows us to provide informed advertisements to Biocom California site viewers on your organization’s behalf.

Biocom California Webinars

Each year Biocom California offers our members the opportunity to engage in valuable programs, while connecting with industry experts from where and when its most convenient for them. In an era of over calendaring, Biocom California Webinars cater to the life science professional who is looking for educational forums without the time commitment of commuting.

Global Life Science Partnering Conference

Regularly drawing over 300 attendees, the Biocom California Global Life Science Partnering Conference is an exclusive partnering forum that provides networking opportunities to senior executives, bankers, venture capitalists, and business development professionals from the leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies.

Life Science HR Conference (SD, LA, Bay Area)

This strategic-level conference is dedicated to life science HR professionals, providing a unique opportunity to network and learn from executives and HR colleagues in your industry. The day and a half event will consist of keynote presentations, panel discussions and interactive workshops. Conferences take place annually in San Diego, Los Angeles, and the Bay Area.

Annual Celebration of Life

As one of Biocom California’s flagship events, Annual Dinner is a prestigious event that draws in over 800 attendees each year, including city and state life science and political elite. The dinner features world class keynote speakers and patient advocates who have experienced—either first hand or through a family member—an enhancement in their quality of life due to the hard work and commitment to research from life science industry companies and research institutions across the state.