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Video: Emerging Company CEOs Praise JOBS Act

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Passed in 2012, the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act makes the pathway to capital formation more attainable for small biotechnology companies, clearing the way for American innovation and ingenuity by removing bureaucratic hurdles and red tape to speed cures and medical breakthroughs to patients. In this short video, leading BIO Board Members and biotech company CEOs share the reasons why they feel the JOBS Act is critically important for today’s biotech industry. The JOBS Read More >

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More than a Quarter of 2013 US-Based Biotech IPOs Call California Home

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And of those 39 US-based biotech companies, five of them are from San Diego, highlighting the region’s growing importance as hub for the biotech and life science industries. According to a recently authored BIO article in the Union Tribune San Diego, there are several reasons at play for the strong public offerings – enactment of the JOBS Act, an eager investor market and increasing regulatory transparency resulting from PDUFA V. As powerful as the JOBS Read More >

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Crowdfunding Goes Viral

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Is crowdfunding a viable source of capital for biotech companies? μBiome thinks so; they are a startup biotech company that raised $351,193. They asked for $100,000. That’s right; over three times their goal. “[Crowdfunding for biotech] is an idea whose time has come,” says μBiome’s CEO Jessica Richman. “The fact that we did it is proof of that. We’re the first ones but there will be lots of others.” Is there a way that crowdfunding could help Read More >

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