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Medical Device Development is full of rough waves to overcome for entrepreneurs and professionals alike. We talk with medical device experts to help you overcome and master those waves. To give you insight, we talk with those far along in medical device development and those who have just launched their medical product so you can apply what they have personally learned. To keep you inspired, we talk with patients who's lives have been changed or saved by medical devices just like the ones you are working so hard on. Inspired by Imua is offers the best professional development for anyone in the medical product development space.
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Oct 11, 2016

Andy Cothrel has seen it all in the medical devices industry.  He's worked for big companies like Roche and Abbot and has been on the team of startups and advising others now through his own company, Blue Marble Medical.  Andy and Meghan talk about why no one wants to buy a project anymore, and why you should always have an exit strategy.  Got an idea for a medical device or health/wellness product?  Check out our new program that will be beta launching soon and you might be able to go through it for FREE.

Notable Sections:

  • Andy's background in alternative energy and how he switched into medical devices [2:33]
  • The three ways that Andy gets involved with startups [3:50]
  • Why it's important to begin with the end in mind [6:35]
  • Why "no one wants to buy a project anymore" [10:50]
  • What to do if you haven't already positioned for exit [16:38]
  • The top three things startups should be considering [22:25]
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