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Hi, Friends. I’m taking a different approach to this week’s Medical Devices Group message because I have lots of things to share.
In no particular order…
ONE: 52 job openings in Seattle!
I just discovered an immunology company that’s adding 25% to its workforce, mostly in Seattle, some in South San Francisco. I’m very impressed with what I’ve seen so far. It seems an excellent place to work.
They have openings in virtually every department: Antigen Mapping, Business Development, Computational Biology, Diagnostics, HR, Lab Operations, Market Access, QA, RA, R&D, Software Engineering, and T-Cell Receptors Discovery.
Interested? Email me with your LinkedIn URL and contact information. I’ll pass it on to my contact.
TWO: Fantastic presentations await you!
10x was a joy. I love it for the community we build + the presentations were top notch.
Editing videos is time consuming. But trust me: Your patience will pay off soon. 😉
Meanwhile, I need to recognize Brian Meshkin for a fantastic keynote address. You stirred our emotions with your gross mistreatment and the implications to public health – when your innovation was taken off the market.
THREE: Our next 10x will be our TENTH REUNION. I’m going all out.
I’m making a special invitation to all 800 alumni to return for this special event. To ensure everyone blocks their calendars, budgets for it, etc., this special offer:
Alumni: Pay just $1495 for the $2695 package through Tuesday, May 28. $1200 savings.
First-timers: $1995 for the $2695 package through May 28. $700 savings.
I’m giving you 47 weeks’ notice! 🥳 Reply to this email for details and block those dates!
This year, I had a new insight about the event.
Most attendees are smaller manufacturers and consultants (like me), I suspect, because what we’re offering is a deeply connected, medical device industry network.
Maybe we see fewer ‘Medtronics’ because, with thousands of colleagues and relatively abundant resources, those group members may not value a “deeply connected medical device network.” They may feel already have that – without ever leaving their building.
Anyhow, I can advertise 10x without speakers, months in advance. Alumni know I’ll (a) find speakers and topics that (b) engage, not bore or self-promote, and, (c) as two-time alumnus Ryan Carpenter told me at the event, know I’ve “vetted attendees in advance.”
He means, anyone who “buys in” to the 10x philosophy is already saying, “I’m open to helping everyone else.”
So, Ryan concluded, he knew he could just talk with anybody and everybody there.
I think that’s a pretty good reputation for an event, don’t you? 🥄 🍨 🥄
To register at these prices, visit https://medgroup.biz/register this week.
Alumni, use code ALUM. First-timers, use code FIRST-TIMER.
FOUR: More Ways to Connect
I have a few ideas in consideration. Which interest you? Email me to vote.
Thank you for being part of our Medical Devices Group community!
Make it a great week.
P.S. Hermann needs help with a vitamin study. Know anyone? See “vitamin study.”
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