Archive for March 2018

Tips and Tricks: Defining Your Market

A “top-down” analysis is based on current technologies or products that address the medical need your technology/product is intended to address, and the market defined by their sales figures. The bottom-up analysis starts with identification and enumeration of the specific target patient population your technology/product will address.  What is the patient population and what are…

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THE ROAD TO COMMERCIALIZATION: A B-BIC Panel & Networking Event

Join us for a moderated discussion with venture capitalists and scientific entrepreneurs about the steps to take your research from inception through to commercialization. Register Here March 29, 2018      4 – 6 PM Boston Children’s Hospital Karp Research Building, 1 Blackfan Circle 4th Floor Atrium, Boston, MA 02115     The Panel Includes: Jeffrey M.…

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Specialist Series: Defining Your Market 

Contributed by John Randle, Phd B-BIC COACH PRINCIPAL, RANDOM WALK VENTURES, LLC COO, KANTUM BIO As you prepare to move your technology or product out of the academic setting towards commercial development, a key step is to define the market potential for your technology/product.  Prospective investors will assess the opportunity in terms of the potential…

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