How do you get the attention of a tech funder?
For six weeks this summer, the inaugural class of the Future MedTech Entrepreneur Internship organized by the REDIzone® commercialization program at NEOMED has been learning the ropes of how to navigate the business startup community. Interns from the College of Medicine and College of Pharmacy have participated along with professional business and law students from partner institutions, learning from seasoned business professionals (like entrepreneur Stephen Charles, Ph.D., second from right in photo) through this immersion program sponsored by Hudson’s Burton D. Morgan Foundation.
The Future MedTech Entrepreneur Interns have studied the steps and regulations behind developing a medical technology product. They’ve observed how regional entrepreneurs have gone through the process and pitched their products.
Now, the interns have developed their own pitches based on NEOMED’s most promising technologies – and on Thursday, July 25, they’ll put them out there in an event that’s free and open to all.
Registration is requested.
WHEN: Thursday, July 25, from 9:30-11:30 a.m.
WHERE: Cook Alumni Hall