BIO Sponsorship Brings New Meaning to the Term “Double Helix”
In molecular biology, the term double helix refers to the structure formed by double-stranded molecules of nucleic acids such as DNA and RNA. But here at BIO we know the term to also have a another meaning.
BIO recently launched a new sponsorship section on BIO.org that provides BIO’s Double Helix and Helix sponsors with a new information hub featuring upcoming branding and sponsorship opportunities, photos from past BIO events, and unique ways to get involved with BIO.
What are BIO Double Helix and Helix Sponsors?
BIO’s Double Helix and Helix sponsors consist of an elite group of industry leaders and BIO’s biggest supporters. The most prestigious BIO sponsorship categories are the Double Helix ($300,000+ annual sponsorship) and the Helix ($200,000+ annual sponsorship). These elite sponsorship levels support our events and sustain BIO’s advocacy and membership activities throughout the year.
With our sponsors’ support, BIO was able to host our premier portfolio of events and work with Congress to pass landmark legislation in 2012, including: the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act (which included reauthorization of the Prescription Drug User Fee Act) and the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act (which creates an “on-ramp” to the public market for emerging growth companies).
In addition to our year-long Double Helix and Helix sponsorships , BIO offers a wide range of other opportunities to build your brand through sponsoring our specific events. Our team can help your organization:
- reinforce your position as a thought leader;
- heighten your brand awareness;
- enhance business relationships;
- and spotlight important initiatives and key executives