The med tech marketplace is changing. The need to comply with increasing regulatory complexities is driving up costs and increasing the risk of costly compliance failures. Small med-tech companies are up against increasing competition especially from larger companies looking to get into the market and from technology companies looking to […]
Med tech startups make many mistakes, especially when their primary focus is on their growth and survival, and resources (especially money) are scarce. They are either unaware of their go-to-market options or they only focus on a single make and sell option. The problem is there isn’t a single go […]
The med tech market is a fast-changing marketplace. It’s an industry affected by technology, regulations, insurance, patients, providers and more. Getting your med tech into the market sooner than later is the goal. But one of the biggest challenges in going to market is getting through the regulatory approval process. It’s also one of the riskiest parts of med tech development. But there is a way to reduce the risk and break through the regulatory brick wall.
Thank you to all who attended last weeks Med Tech Licensing Workshop. The workshop covered all the essential steps to successfully licensing a med tech IP…from finding the right partners, how to contact them, what to say (what not to say), how to get the best royalty rate, key mistakes to avoid and much more.
Big Med Device companies are facing a big problem – their buy to grow strategy isn’t working anymore. The can’t find enough small companies with new med tech in the market that aren’t extremely overpriced. Now big med device companies are looking at creating partnerships with earlier stage med device companies. Although it’s riskier, it’s the only way they can fill their big product pipelines. And that spells big licensing opportunities for startup and emerging med device companies.