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Here’s a recap of some things you may have missed over the past few months.
First, Rhonda Rhyne’s keynote speech from this year’s 10x conference.
You can watch it at http://medgroup.biz/Rhyne-keynote
After an interesting presentation about the power of big data and artificial intelligence, Rhonda shared three personal insights:
• Don’t hear rejection. In 1999, she had a chance to partner with GE. They called and cancelled the meeting but “she didn’t get the message” and showed up anyway. They became partners once they heard her story.
• It’s who you know. Coverage from (fellow 10x speaker) Jeffrey Kraws mattered. Angel investor Alan Paulson’s network mattered. It’s never too early to build your network. Powerful friends can get you the exposure and resources you need to win. And you can get to know them at intimate conferences like 10x.
• Partnerships aren’t always advertised. This reinforces her second point. When companies begin strategic initiatives, the sales/marketing and acquisition opportunities happen. If you’re well-positioned at the right, connected company, it can happen for you.
What do you think of Rhonda’s advice?
Again, Medical Devices Group members can see her 10x keynote presentation at http://medgroup.biz/Rhyne-keynote
WEBINAR REPLAYS: Ready and Free for all Group Members
These include video replays, slides, and transcripts. Thanks to the experts in our group who provided these workshops to Medical Devices Group members for free!
Mandatory Unique Device Identification Starts September 2015 (from Gary Saner)
How to Prepare a 510(k) Submission for FDA (from Rob Packard)
How To Increase Market Share Using Medical Claims Data (from Don DeStefano)
Medical Device Single Audit Program (from Edna Falkenberg)
Designing Health for Consumers (from Tom KraMer and Mark Schwartz)
Thanks for the resources… and an invitation for others to do the same! Contact me at JHage@MedicalDevicesGroup.net if you have content to offer.
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Make it a great week.
Thank you for your comments. R
Burrell (Bo) Clawson
It takes the likes of local entrepreneurial & Angel groups and the Med Dev group here online to find an experienced person.
When competing with other products, I’ld recommend looking at a summary site like www.MobiHealthNews.com to see what competitors and related products are doing and have done.
Thank you for any thoughts and ideas. Robert
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