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John McKew PhD, Chief, Therapeutics Development Branch, Division of Preclinical Innovation Therapeutics for Rare and Neglected Diseases (TRND) May 22, 2012, hosted by the Kauffman Foundation
The room was busy, but certainly not crowded. There were enough gaps in between the groups of people that I knew if I stood there in the doorway much longer, people would surely realize I had no one to talk to, that I didn’t know anyone. That fear set in. The paralyzing gut-clench signifying I was in the self-conscious beginnings of an embarrassing moment.
The videos for today feature ads from South Africa and Brazil and then a look back on GEW France and Germany.
Early-stage healthcare entrepreneurs and startups typically need to work with at least two types of lawyers.
Private equity is investment capital in a startup that is not quoted on a public stock exchange.
It's the classic catch-22 for a healthcare entrepreneur: Her company is small until she lands a big client, but she has trouble accessing a big client as a small company.
Angel investors are wealthy individuals who are often former entrepreneurs.
Clinical trials are research studies to test the effectiveness of new medical approaches in people.
Accelerators are organizations that support entrepreneurs and their startups.
For aspiring and active entrepreneurs, financing growth isn't always a matter of taking readily available funding. In this article, Jeff Gordon, who founded two companies in the decade since graduating from college, says the entrepreneur really seeks the best "engine" for fueling growth, which isn't necessarily money. He offers tips for choosing from an array of monetary and nonmonetary options.
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