Colorado Life Sciences Incubation Program: New Program for Colorado-Based Startups

Colorado BioScience Association is proud to launch a new incubation program for early-stage companies in partnership with Innosphere and our sister organization, Colorado BioScience Institute.

The year-long program focuses on startup founders who are developing or commercializing technologies, products, devices, and other life-saving breakthroughs—apply Wednesday, April 6!

Focused on Incubation, Collaboration and Education

The one-year program gives participants access to:

  • Innosphere’s leading incubation program for entrepreneurs
  • CBSA’s resources and programming, which are designed to build a collaborative environment and supportive business climate for life sciences innovation
  • The Institute’s expertise in life sciences-specific educational programs

Designed for Life Sciences Startup Founders

The program is designed for technical founders, startups from federal labs, university startups, and physician-entrepreneurs who are:

  • Early stage – company is pre-revenue or product is pre-MVP
  • Located in Colorado
  • Launching a medical device, digital health, diagnostic, biotech, or pharmaceutical company
  • Looking for expert help in driving their life sciences innovation to market.
  • Seeking to be a part of a collaborative environment and supportive business climate for life sciences innovation

More Information

Apply by Wednesday, April 6!

Program total cost for participants: $5,000, invoiced quarterly.

In 2022 and 2023, 50% of the program’s total cost of $10,000 is subsidized by an Advanced Industries Business Accelerator Grant from the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade.

Learn more or contact Emily Wilson, Innosphere Ventures Communication Director for more information.

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