New Newsletters and Websites to Recap Life Science Developments in the Greater Boston, San Francisco Bay Area, and San Diego Regions
SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwired – March 18, 2014) – BigBio Communications announces the upcoming launch of Big3Bio (www.big3bio.com), the industry’s only provider of daily coverage of the top three life science clusters in the world: the Greater Boston area, the San Diego region, and the San Francisco Bay Area. With the support of its “Launch Week” event partners, Big3Bio is set to begin distribution of the free regional publications on March 24, 2014.
The three regions have long been considered the leading hubs for life sciences and within the last two weeks, two major industry media sources, FierceBiotech and Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, placed the “Big 3” as the top locations for venture funding and also as the top biopharma clusters.
“The goal of Big3Bio is to be a daily, useful resource for anyone involved in the life sciences,” said Tilton Little, executive director of Big3Bio. “We look forward to updating industry stakeholders about the developments in these fantastic bioclusters.”
For each region, Big3Bio offers:
- daily newsletter with links to the latest industry news and events in each region
- a complete career center with jobs, opportunities to post resumes, services and more
- a full calendar of events with agenda details, event recaps, and calendar-scheduling
- sponsored profiles on innovative companies, people, technologies and organizations
- a new financials resources section for every type of investor and company, including company spotlights and alternative funding information
- Twitter channels and LinkedIn Groups that share additional biocluster information and help build a more collaborative community
For its Launch Week (March 24-28), Big3Bio is promoting various partner events such as the RESI Conference in Boston on March 24, the Bay Area Biomedical Conference in San Jose on March 26, and Big3Bio-sponsor Janssen Labs’ “Show Me the Money: Alternative Sources of Capital” event on March 27 in San Diego. A full listing of Big3Bio Launch Week events is available at www.baybiotechreview.com.
“These events reflect the wide diversity of the life sciences in the ‘Big 3’ regions and cover a full range of professions and interests,” said Little. “The goal of Big3Bio is to present as much information as possible about the local developments within these diverse communities, and promoting these events during our launch week represents that objective.”
The Big3Bio website is offering a chance to win an iPad for new subscribers, and another contest will be announced for Twitter followers of each of the Big3Bio regional accounts. More information is available at www.big3bio.com.
Big3Bio is the expansion of the BayBiotech Review, the leading aggregator service for Bay Area life science professionals. Big3Bio will provide complete daily coverage of the news, events, jobs, and developments in the three largest life science hubs in the world: Boston, San Diego, and the San Francisco Bay Area. More information is available atwww.big3bio.com.