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Networking Europe's biocommunities
CEBR is a network of biotechnology support professionals that support their local biocommunity through direct services including networking, incubation, partnering and cluster promotion.
It is the first network of its kind to bring together such organisations and Members will develop and implement new biotech support activities across Europe.
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CEBR is driven by its Members: Full Members are the primary point of contact for biotechnology companies within their biocommunity, usually a local network, science park or incubator and Associate Members are any organisation providing support to biotechnology, from funders and policy makers to business support companies.
We welcome members from all areas of biotechnology support, whether as a Full Member representing a biocommunity or as an Associate Member as an actor supporting the development of biotechnology companies. Click here to get involved and become part of the CEBR family.
10 June 2015
The recruitment of skilled people and the development of their competences are key assets in the success of biotech/medtech companies. Health clusters can play a major role in bringing strategic vision and operational initiatives in the fields of training, competences development and HR...
13 March 2015
CEBR and its members across Europe have launched a programme to build a directory of medical device SMEs, hosting it online and publishing a 6 monthly hot list of the movers and shakers in business and scientific progression. The directory will be launched in June and the first hot list at...
23 March 2015
CEBR members from across Europe showcased their good work at the European Cluster days in March 2015, with three papers accepted for publication and presentation.