Date: March 26, 2020
Time: 12:00 pm
*THIS WILL NOW BE CONDUCTED VIRTUALLY, DETAILS COMING SOON.*
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Why Medical Product Development Starts at Commercialization
Presented by Archimedic
The Philadelphia Regional Integrated Medicine Alliance (PRIMA) is a public/private partnership focused exclusively on nurturing the region’s biotech/pharma technology ecosystem. Built upon the success of Ben Franklin’s FabNet program, a regional partnership for rapid prototyping and fabrication, PRIMA provides resources and funds for entrepreneurs and startups in the life sciences to create economic impact in the Philadelphia region.
PRIMA Workshop Overview
Early-stage innovators often dive into prototyping under the belief that functional demonstrations lead to funding. Unfortunately, most innovators find that investors are more focused on the commercialization risks that have little to do with technical issues and prototype builds. Join Eric Sugalski, CEO of Archimedic, for an interactive, case study based workshop that illustrates why medical product development starts at commercialization. During this workshop, the discussion will focus on:
1. How to identify the most critical commercial risks facing your medtech business
2. How to turn nascent medtech ideas into comprehensive business-focused solutions
3. How to build a product development and commercialization plan that secures the investment needed to advance your medtech venture
*This is part of a new monthly series featuring PRIMA.
Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm
This will take place virtually