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FAST PITCH FOR FUNDING: Quick Tips for a successful pitch

Keep pitch short and focused on the technology and its commercial application. Limit the discussion of preliminary results, and focus on the most relevant results with conclusions – not data. Present the science within the context of the business strategy. Keep details to a minimum and use visuals without words when possible. FAST PITCH FOR FUNDING is April 27th at 10:00am.…

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FAST PITCH FOR FUNDING: What we are looking for when awarding B-BIC partnerships

Potential for commercialization. Technology that addresses an unmet clinical need. Heart, Lung, Blood or Sleep indications. Preliminary data indicating promise of commercialization. Differentiation from competitors. IP filings, with institutions as the assignee. FAST PITCH FOR FUNDING is April 27th at 10:00am.  This event provides you the opportunity to pitch a team of experts on your research. You…

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Q:  Do I need to have slides?  A:  Pitches only need to address the suggested elements.  Use of reference materials or other visual elements is welcome if they help convey the product concept and can be shared using your laptop screen.  AV equipment will not be available. Q:  How formal will the pitches be? A:…

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Are you ready to see your research move towards becoming a product? Fast Pitch for Funding is an event hosted by the Boston Biomedical Innovation Center, that provides you the opportunity to pitch a team of experts on your research. You will receive immediate feedback with the opportunity to apply for our grant programs which can provide up…

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TIPS & TRICKS: Find Your ‘Product Image’

Describe the marketed product in as few words as possible to paint a compelling, inspiring image that will “recruit” the supporters you need. Introduce key words regarding the technology, including its differentiation from other products and sustainable advantage.  Why is it “first” or “best”? Identify the target market segment within standard of care, or explain…

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