Membership to BioMelbourne Network is offered to leading organisations within the biotechnology, medical technology and pharmaceutical sector who have activity and interest in supporting the health innovation ecosystem in the state of Victoria.
Being a member of BioMelbourne Network is about more than just your company or our organisation, it is a statement of your support for the wider community here in Victoria. There are tangible benefits to membership, however, the real value is in being a part of something bigger, and in making a long-term commitment to the future growth of our sector.
Membership to the BioMelbourne Network involves an annual fee that covers all your employees within your organisation.
You can read about member benefits HERE
Your membership fee may be tax deductible.
There are a number of membership categories:
Corporate Membership – $3,500 per annum excl. GST
For large local enterprise and multinationals, also includes universities, independent medical research institutes, government agencies and parent companies.
SME Membership – $2,100 per annum excl. GST
For biotechnology and medical technology companies, SMEs, ASX listed companies with <100 employees.
SME-Micro Membership – $1,300 per annum excl. GST
Established small/micro businesses employing between 2-5 people.
Professional Membership – $1,000 per annum excl. GST
Strictly for sole traders and independent freelance consultants. This membership is not available for individuals working within larger businesses – it is intended for those working independently in support of the sector.
Entrepreneur Membership (12 months only) – $500 per annum excl. GST
Companies in the pre-seed stage and seed stage, prior to Series A capital raising and strictly pre-revenue.
If you’re not sure which category your organisation falls under, please call us on (03) 9667 8181.
You can apply to become a member by filling in this ONLINE MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM or by calling us on (03) 9667 8181.
Note – The application for membership is subject to the approval of the Board of the BioMelbourne Network