BioOhio Networking Socials

2017 marks BioOhio’s 30th anniversary, and we will be celebrating all year long!  BioOhio’s fun socials bring Ohio’s bioscience players together for networking, talking shop, and getting to know one another in a casual atmosphere. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres for all guests; 1 drink ticket for BioOhio members, and that includes employees of member organizations. Cash bar for non-members.

Events will be listed here and on the Events Calendar as they are organized. Socials are being planned around Ohio for January, March, May, July, September, and November.

Sponsorship opportunities are available!

BioOhio Socials are made possible by generous support of companies and organizations that value the power of partnerships and networking. For information on how your company can support these events and gain valuable visibility in the bioscience industry, visit this page.

May 18th in Columbus

BioOhio’s third social of the year will be held in Columbus at Woodland’s Backyard. A local fixture, the venue features mini bowling, plenty of pool tables and arcade games, a spacious patio, and 30 taps pouring a rotating selection the finest craft and domestic brews. Click here to register!

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Future Socials

Stay tuned to BioOhio’s events page and monthly newsletters for announcements on venue and dates as the socials are booked.

Northwest Ohio – July, in Toledo

Northeast Ohio – September, in Cleveland

Western Ohio – November, in Dayton

Past Socials - Thank you for attending!

January 31st in Cincinnati

BioOhio’s first social of the year will be held in Cincinnati at Taft’s Ale House. The venue was constructed in 1850 as St. Paul’s Evangelical Church, and later restored to its current incarnation as a brewery and event space.

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March 22nd in Athens

BioOhio’s second social of the year will be held in Athens at Little Fish Brewing Company. Little Fish’s facility uses 100% wind sourced electricity and strives to use organic malts, with specialty grains, such as corn and spelt, grown locally in Ohio. Click here to register!

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