CEBR is the only network for biotech support organisations in Europe. It is a proactive network, driven by its Members, with the aim of making a direct difference to the biotechnology companies that they support. All Members are involved in network activities, including development and implementation of new services to biotechnology and recommendations for policy and funding support for biotechnology.
CEBR has two types of members:
Full Members are the main contact point for biotechnology companies within their biocommunity or country and will be expected to be the primary point of service provision to companies as part of CEBR – there is usually one Full Member in each biocommunity. Typical Full Members include local biotech networks, science parks, incubators etc.
See the list of full members.
Associates are any organisations that wish to be involved in CEBR activities, disseminate infomation about its activities or use CEBR to inform its biotechnology policy/strategy.
Associates would typically include funding organisations, policy makers, Business support organisations, organisations outside Europe that wish to work with the European biotech sector and any academic or non-commercial organisation with links to biotechnology practice. Associate Members play a full role in CEBR and are an essential part of all biocommunities.
See the list of Associate members.