SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–BigBio Communications, developer of the life science industry news aggregator Big4Bio, proudly announces the launch of The BioCalendar (TheBioCalendar.com), an exclusive event listing platform for the global healthcare and biopharmaceutical industry.
The BioCalendar was created to be the comprehensive calendar and guide for healthcare and life science industry event attendees worldwide, and also to enable event organizers to dramatically increase the awareness of their productions, whether it’s a multiday partnering conference attracting thousands or a simple, hour-long meeting of research teams.
“Most of the event-hosting organizations in the ‘Big 4’ regions of Boston, San Francisco, San Diego, and Philadelphia have pivoted to virtual because of COVID-19,” said Tilton Little, CEO of BigBio Communications and publisher of Big4Bio. “The BioCalendar now gives event organizers a great option to reach attendees on a global level, with no regional restriction or boundary.”
Powered by the channels of Big4Bio and its partners, The BioCalendar is a valuable connector for professionals in the life science industry. Notable aspects of The BioCalendar:
- Global, life sciences-focused calendar with day/week/month views
- Viewers can search for specific events or types of events per month
- A plethora of event listing options for organizers to increase event visibility
- Organizers can expand reach of event by using additional BigBio Communications channels, such as the Big4Bio email communications/newsletters and social media
- Viewers can see past events – potential attendees can check out past events to see if/when those events repeat again in the future or search for event organizer information
- Options to export events or a day of events onto Google and other personal calendars or schedules
Event organizers can either post on an event-by-event basis or obtain a BioCalendar membership, which allows them to post unlimited events throughout a calendar year.
“Our previous Big4Bio ‘Event Centers’ were considered one of the top resources for industry professionals in our regions, and we feel The BioCalendar can be the same for healthcare and life science audiences worldwide,” says Little.