Company Presentations

Presenting in the BIO Business Forum is the perfect way to increase visibility and attract more partners at the BIO International Convention in San Diego, CA. Pitch your company's story, pipelines, and objectives to a global audience of business development executives, investors, research analysts, policy makers and media, and get more activity in BIO One-on-One Partnering™.

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Company presenters tend to receive double the number of Partnering meeting requests than non-presenters, and schedule twice as many meetings than non-presenting companies. Presenting companies are also spotlighted in BIO's marketing materials leading up to the event, as well as onsite.

About the Application Process

The application process for Company Presentations will remain open until May 29, 2020 but slots fill up quickly. Notification regarding acceptance or rejection will happen on a rolling basis starting in February 2020.

Why Present?
  • Company Presentations are open to all 17,000+ Convention attendees, giving your company's story and objectives a global reach.
  • Generate more visibility in BIO One-on-One Partnering.
  • Company spotlighted in on-site and pre-event marketing materials.

Therapeutic Areas

Company Presentations are categorized by the following categories:

Animal Health Products





Digital Health

Food & Agriculture


Gene/Cell Therapy



Industrial & Environmental

Infectious Diseases


Medical Devices

Metabolic Diseases

Multiline Global Biopharma

Multiple Therapeutics

Non-Profit/Patient Advocacy Group



Orphan/Rare Diseases

Pain Management

Platform for Therapeutics

Regenerative Medicine

Reproductive/Sexual Health


Tools/Drug Development Support Tech


Frequently Asked Questions
Best Practices for Delivering a Company Presentation

BIO has worked with Donna LaVoie of LaVoie Health Science Stategic Communications to develop three best-practice videos to help optimize your Company Presentation at the next BIO event.

Statement on Diversity

BIO is committed to workforce development, diversity, and inclusion, and incorporates these values into all aspects of BIO operations. Program development for BIO’s events will be considered in this light, with specific attention paid to speakers’ gender, race, ethnic background, sexual orientation, and gender identity, as well as their company’s focus, financing, geographic location, and size.  Diverse programming at BIO’s events allows BIO to remain a strong leader in efforts to ensure that the biotechnology industry can attract, develop, and retain a high-quality, globally competitive employee talent pool. Learn more about Workforce Development, Diversity, & Inclusion at BIO.