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  • No Such Thing as a Dumb Question

    Medical Device Design Consultancy In medical device design and in life, there is no such thing as a dumb question. Inc.com notes the ability to embrace asking questions separates successful entrepreneurs from the rest of the crowd. As a leading medical device design consultancy, questions are at the core of how we best support our medical device manufacturing clients with the design, [...]

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    Medical Device Development Partner Top Considerations

    Have an outstanding product idea that meets a specific end-user need within the healthcare industry? Have the capital and ready to get the ball rolling? Don’t just dive into the medical device design and development process blindly, clearly define which partner is right for you and your product. If you are struggling on how to choose the right medical device development partner, this free [...]

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    Top Medtech Podcast Picks

    March 27, 2019
    Top Medtech Podcast Picks

    Nathan Glass, our VP of Product Development, recently had the pleasure to be a guest on The Life Science Effect podcast. That experience had our team pondering podcasts in general. What our team listens to, peer-selected favorite podcasts and top medtech podcasts industry wide. A few on our team weren't even sure how to listen to a podcast. It's all good, our hip engineering interns demonstrate [...]

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    Have A Profitable Medical Device Idea?

    When an individual has an idea for a product that meets a need in the marketplace and has the potential to be profitable, they want to get it on the market as soon as possible.  Design it, manufacture it, pack it up and ship it out.  For most products that is totally feasible. Some planning typically goes into it first, such as market research to determine if it is likely to be a profitable [...]

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    Ready, Set, Launch—But Not Without a Plan

    In 1968 3M scientist Dr. Spencer Silver was attempting to develop a super-strong adhesive. Instead, he accidentally created a low-tack, reusable adhesive. He tried to find a use for the “accident” for years but nothing stuck. No pun intended. As a last effort, he decided to place it on the back of his own bookmark. He quickly was moving the bookmark from page to page to mark where he was in [...]

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