AusBiotech: Australia’s biotechnology organisation




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Video title: AusBiotech: Australia’s biotechnology organisation
Released on: November 29, 2016. © PharmaVentures Ltd
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    AusBiotech is Australia’s biotechnology organisation, working on behalf of members for 30 years to provide representation and services to promote the global growth of Australian biotechnology.
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AusBiotech is Australia’s biotechnology organisation, working on behalf of members for 30 years to provide representation and services to promote the global growth of Australian biotechnology. AusBiotech is a well-connected network of over 3,000 members in the life sciences, including therapeutics, medical technology (devices and diagnostics), food technology and agricultural, environmental and industrial sectors. Fintan Walton, CEO of PharmaVentures interviews Glenn Cross, CEO of AusBiotech.
Glenn Cross, CEO, AusBiotech
AusBiotech
AusBiotech is Australia's biotechnology industry organisation, which represents over 3,000 members, covering the human health, agricultural, medical device, bioinformatics, environmental and industrial sectors in biotechnology. AusBiotech is dedicated to the development, growth and prosperity of the Australian biotechnology industry, by providing initiatives to drive sustainability and growth, outreach and access to markets, and representation and support for members nationally and around the world. AusBiotech has representation in each Australian state providing a national network to support members and promote the commercialisation of Australian bioscience in the national and international marketplaces. The structure is a not-for-profit limited guarantee company managed by a Board elected by members in line with its constitution. Click here to view the constitution. Our membership base includes biotechnology companies, ranging from start-ups to mature multinationals, research institutes and universities, specialist service professionals, corporate, institutional, individual and student members from Australia and overseas. In assessing the current needs and issues faced by Australia's core biotechnology companies, AusBiotech's Strategic Business Plan addresses the requirements to build a favourable environment to enable companies to grow, help them globalise and position Australia as a significant biotechnology industry for increasing international investment and interest.