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BIO 2004 Sets Records

The recently held BIO 2004 Annual International Convention at the Moscone Center set new records for attendance and international representation. Total registration was 16,901, with representatives from 61 countries, 49 U.S. states (plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico), and 10 Canadian provinces. The economic impact on the city of San Francisco — its hotels, restaurants, taxi operators, etc. — is estimated at $35 million, also a record.

Other facts include: The exhibit hall featured a record 1,469 displays, with almost 60 state and international pavilions; The BIO 2004 Business Forum hosted more than 5,200 one-on-one meetings between biotech companies and prospective partners; More than 275 companies delivered business presentations, and 830 participated in partnering meetings; More than 900 speakers shared their expertise in 192 program sessions.

Philadelphia is the site for BIO 2005, to be followed by Chicago (2006), Boston (2007), San Diego (2008), and Atlanta (2009).


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