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A financial model that attracts investors
Levesque Jane
8/9/2012
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Attracting life science investors and keeping their interest requires being able to show them what it costs to run your business. Read more for tips on what should be in your financial model.

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H@cking Medicine: Gathering bright minds to create startups
Levesque Jane
10/7/2013
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When Julien Pham, MD, attended his first H@cking Medicine event, the Boston collaborative’s second hackathon, he was smitten with the way entrepreneurs, clinicians and engineers worked in tandem for a common cause. “I fell in love with this mindset of getting people who are completely different in terms of their training to come together to solve a problem,” said Pham, a kidney specialist and junior faculty at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

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How to build a great startup team
Levesque Jane
8/23/2012
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Hiring a team for your startup should begin with a core team of three people and build from there. Read more about a strategy for building your team.

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Startup incubator pros and cons
Levesque Jane
8/2/2012
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Should you use a business incubator to launch your startup? Read more about the benefits and drawbacks of using a startup incubator and decide if it's right for you.

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The Business Model Canvas for healthcare entrepreneurs
Levesque Jane
9/20/2013
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In entrepreneurship, the term “business model” refers to the story of how your life science or digital health company will create, deliver and capture value. Any great business idea needs a great business model. A business is more likely to fail if its business model isn’t scalable and financially sustainable. The first work of an entrepreneur is to organize the challenges you face by developing a business model.

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Understanding a venture capitalist's process
Levesque Jane
8/16/2012
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Securing venture capital can be a guessing game of trying to decide whether an investment will come through or not. Read about how you can work to get a positive answer and how you can tell if the answer may be a negative one.

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