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Angel investors put more money into healthcare than any other industry last year. Read more about why angel investors are favoring healthcare startups, especially medical device startups.
Two entrepreneurs will be recognized by the National Postdoctoral Association and the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation at the NPA's annual meeting tomorrow in San Francisco. Read more about the accomplishments of this year's 2012 Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Outstanding Postdoctoral Entrepreneur and 2012 Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Emerging Postdoctoral Entrepreneur.
A meeting with the FDA can be hard to get, so it's important to make the most of it. Read more for tips on how medical device startups can maximize their time with the FDA.
Starting a healthcare business is easier with a partner who has the skills you lack. Read more for tips on what to remember when looking for a co-founder.
For an entrepreneur, selling a small business can be a stressful time. Here's what to expect, including disapproval from others and seller's remorse.
In this special lecture, mother and son serial entrepreneurs Sandra and Andy Kurtzig share smart reasons for starting companies that matter. Sandra Kurtzig outlines similarities and differences between her previous ventures and her current company, Kenandy. Andy Kurtzig discusses his company, JustAnswer, and key lessons for entrepreneurs.
Medical devices could get to market faster if regulators didn't have to test for both safety and efficacy of new devices. Read more about how the use of post-market studies could bring new therapies to patients more quickly.
Some medical device sales strategies that worked in the past are not recommended now. Read more for alternatives to boost sales for medical device startups.
Read advice from a venture capitalist on how to write a business plan and avoid common mistakes in a medical business plan.
Former U.S. Undersecretary of Energy Kristina Johnson discusses the empowering experiences of her life and career in academia, government and private industry. In a conversation with STVP's Tina Seelig, Johnson identifies the strengths of each of these areas to affect change and innovation, and offers lessons in leading a life that can capitalize on new opportunities.
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