Want insight to maximize your healthcare or MedTech career and/or business?
Looking to create your own medical or biological technology or healthcare company, but don’t know where to start?
Need perspective on what’s next in your personal healthcare career or startup?
Grab your tickets below. This event sells out quickly!
About the event
Come with your “How to” and “What if” questions about the industry. Together with seasoned professionals, we will have an open conversation to address any questions and concerns to help take your career or business in MedTech to the next level. Also, this is an interactive event. So please…
SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT THE INDUSTRY, YOUR STARTUP, OR YOUR CAREER WHEN YOU PURCHASE YOUR TICKET. IF YOUR QUESTION IS ONE OF 4 CHOSEN FOR THE BRAINSTORMING EVENT, YOU WILL RECEIVE A FULL REFUND FOR YOUR TICKET AND FREE ADMISSION!
An open bar with complimentary wine and beer and Food will be available for all in-person attendees.
Special guest & moderator
Richard Dutch CSPDT, CFER, MBA
Corporate Business Manager / 3M Healthcare
With over 35 years in the healthcare industry, Richard has held Executive level leadership positions with several key healthcare companies, from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. For the past 25 years, Richard has worked at the 3M Company. Currently, Richard is the Corporate Business Manager for 3M’s $210 million dollar Infection Prevention Division. Personally, Richard has been married for 35 years and is the proud father of two adult children and serves on 3 non-profit boards, focused on the safety, education, and well-being of children.
6:00-6:30 – Meet and Mingle
6:30-6:45 – Introduction
6:45-6:45 – 1st Round of Mastermind
6:45-7:00 – Break
7:00-7:45 – 2nd Round of Mastermind
7:45-8:00 – Closing and mingling
Event Powered By
University Lab Partners is an independent, non-profit program of Beall Family Foundation. An open innovation platform enables bioscience & MedTech companies to access unique research capabilities and a network of technical, business, and talent resources at an economical cost.