Success Stories
We measure our success by the accomplishments of those who have experienced our courses and programs.

Success Stories

Jeremy's Story
As an Agriculture Agent working for the NC Cooperative Extension Service, the BioNetwork staff and laboratory services that they offer have been a wonderful tool that has allowed me to provide my growers with very useful information. Over the past couple of years, the production of hops has been...
Ted's Story
The team at BioNetwork has been instrumental in supporting the achievement of our goals associated with the move of our Research, Development and Planning offices to Asheville. As a start-up company conducting leading edge product development in an entirely medicinal botanical category, our company...
Greg's Story
BioNetwork has been instrumental in providing a resource for fostering my new business. We work on next generation medical device technology and the laboratory resource is invaluable for a small growing company. The laboratory facility has a wide range of capabilities for the preparation and...
Amy's Story
As an emerging STEM school, the School of Inquiry and Life Sciences at Asheville (SILSA) is working hard to build supportive relationships with business and higher educational partners. BioNetwork has been an extremely supportive partner with our school over the past seven years. They have provided...
Laralyn's Story
BioNetwork has been an invaluable source of information and business support. The employees are knowledgeable, easy to work with, and eager to be helpful. As an entrepreneur and product formulator, I am grateful for their diverse service offerings, proactive approach to community entrepreneur...
Gabe's Story
Working with BioNetwork has been of great benefit for our research. We were directed to BioNetwork by the NCBC to have plant material analyzed for antioxidants. BioNetwork was able to provide both analytical services as well as valuable information regarding regulations and the nutriceutical...
Ray's Story
In 2009 Ray Hunt got some bad news. His 19-year career in research and development at DuPont was ending due to the Philadelphia plant’s closing. "I started realizing that I needed to shore up my credentials," said Hunt, who investigated classes in the Philly area. “But the courses were expensive.”...
Amy's Story
Amy Bommer added 10 classes at the Capstone Center to a 15-year career in forensics, obtaining a certificate in Analytical Laboratory Skills and one in Biomanufacturing. She is currently employed as a contract Manufacturing Support Associate for Biogen Idec in Research Triangle Park. "Because of...