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10x attendees and guests of the cocktail hour, what did you think of the inaugural 10x conference? Was it worth your time and resources? Would you go again next year?
Your candid feedback welcome and appreciated.
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See you in May!
The guests were too good not to share with everyone. I’m adding the talks to [http://MedicalDevicesGroup.net/blog|leo://plh/http%3A*3*3MedicalDevicesGroup%2Enet*3blog/imrc?_t=tracking_disc] at the rate of roughly one per week.
Congrats on a great conference — I hope to attend next year.
Burt Houtz, PMP
It was rewarding to shake the hands of people met in the virtual world (i.e., LinkedIN.)
There were some really smart people on-hand, and thought-provoking dialog. I’m looking forward to future meetings, to seeing how the meeting evolves, and to seeing what the larger influence of the conference might be.
You can see the first interview, with the Senator and Congressman, there now. I will add others soon.
Helga Gertrudis Sager de Agostini
If it wasn’t for the 10X meeting and meeting Rob, I’m not sure where we would have gone to. This is how networking is done. I’ve been reading the feedback that has been coming through and it sounds like you had a winner.
Oh, I don’t like the “no photos and videos” part. As much as some members would like to come to our annual retreat, I recognize some simply can’t fly in from the furthest reaches of the earth.
So capturing the content, making videos, sharing content is part of our value proposition. I do, however, feel as though most participants felt the comfort to “speak [as] freely as they wish[ed].”
Looking at their current list of conferences, I do not see anything related to medical devices. Not surprising given that these conferences focus toward the academic disciplines.
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