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Read advice from a venture capitalist on how to write a business plan and avoid common mistakes in a medical business plan.
Life science entrepreneurs give insight into what they are made of by answering one question. Read more about what keeps life science CEOs up at night.
For life science startups, the road to commercialization is typically much longer than that of other young companies that aren’t regulated by the FDA. So the Kauffman Foundation is doing something to help entrepreneurs address their challenges and get their innovations to market.
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.
Young biotech companies sometimes face a valley of death in funding, but a venture capital researcher is challenging that idea. Read more about the early stage funding valley of death.
Convertible debt is a fundraising mechanism used in any stage of a new healthcare business, but it may be especially appealing in the early stages.
Getting a CE Mark in Europe has allowed American medical device makers to commercialize quickly before getting U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval to sell medical devices domestically. Read about how the less stringent European regulation methods are now being questioned.
Serial entrepreneur and investor Reid Hoffman encourages individuals to become the entrepreneurs of their own lives. Hoffman shares the importance of taking intelligent risks, building thoughtful networks and continually adapting your skills to navigate a fulfilling career path.
How do you impress an investor? Here are 10 tips about what to say and how to say it when making your pitch. Read more for ideas you can use in honing your pitch today.
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