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Medical device innovation held back by regulations, overseas competition
Vinluan Frank
11/1/2011
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Federal regulations and overseas competition are just two of the barriers holding back medical device innovation, says one medical device industry executive. Read more about the other roadblocks to innovation.

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Top 10 life sciences markets identified in new study
Vinluan Frank
11/29/2011
Blog Resource
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If you guessed that the top life sciences markets are on the east and west coasts, you'd be right. However, several parts of the Midwest are now considered emerging markets. Read more to learn the locations of the top 10 life sciences markets.

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Seeking funding for your startup? Don't overlook foundations
Vinluan Frank
12/21/2011
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Life science startups looking for funding should keep foundations in mind as a potential source. Read more for tips on getting funding from foundations.

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Getting the most out of a meeting with the FDA
Vinluan Frank
3/14/2012
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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.

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What nanotechnology startups need to know to attract investors
Vinluan Frank
4/11/2012
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Nanotechnology startups are competing for investment dollars, but those who have a strong management team and can meet a market need will stand out. Read more tips on getting nanotech investments.

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What venture capitalists want to see in personalized medicine companies
Vinluan Frank
4/10/2012
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Venture capital investments are in high demand, but some personalized medicine companies succeed in securing dollars. Read more for tips on what venture capitalists want to see in a personalized medicine company before investing in it.

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Make Someone Happy -- Your Customer
Vernon Lillian
7/1/1998
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Making customers happy is the key to an entrepreneur's single most important job--identifying, finding, and keeping customers, says the founder of one of the country's premier direct-mail businesses. Company owners must devise a system for maintaining rapport with buyers even as the business grows, the author advises. Included are suggestions for doing so, such as selecting the right products for the right customers and offering money-back guarantees.

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Branding: The Power of Personality
Vernon Lillian
10/8/2001
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At a time when branding is more important than ever for entrepreneurs, Lillian Vernon, the doyenne of direct-mail retailing, talks about branding herself to reach her customers. In the past half century, the strategy has enabled her company to get valuable publicity, as well as more easily extend its product line and weather times of crisis, the author writes.

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Using Creativity to Stand Out in a Competitive Marketplace
Vernon Lillian
6/22/2003
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Marketing creatively will enable entrepreneurial retailers to prosper in difficult or changing times, writes the founder of a venerable direct marketing company. The author offers examples of creative marketing from the company's half century in business.

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Entrepreneurial Thought Leader Speaker Series
Verma Vic
11/10/2004
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Vic Verma joined Savi Technology in 1990. He previously held the positions of vice president of engineering and chief operating officer at Savi, before becoming president and chief executive officer in 1997. As VP of Engineering, Vic helped design and develop Savi's product offerings, and as COO, he helped negotiate the acquisition of Savi by Texas Instruments in 1995. In 1997, the unit was sold to Raytheon. Vic led the management buyout of Savi from Raytheon in May 1999. He earned a B.S. degree from the Florida Institute of Technology, an M.S.E. degree from the University of Michigan, and an Advanced Engineers degree from Stanford University, all in electrical engineering. He also completed all the coursework and passed the qualifying exam for his Ph.D. candidacy in electrical engineering from Stanford University before leaving to join Savi. In addition, he attended the executive management program for CEOs at Harvard Business School, the AEA Executive Institute at Stanford University, and the Financial Management Program at the University of California-Berkeley. Vic has been granted eight patents and has several other patents pending. In 1994, his DF/Tag product was recognized as the "Most Innovative Technology Developed by a Small Business" by the White House Office of Science and Technology. In 1999, he was the recipient of Florida Institute of Technology's Distinguished Achievement Award.

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