Expanding into the American market?
Deciding which path is best for your startup?
Looking for strategic partners?
Are you aiming for a quick exit or is your company built to last?
The American healthcare market is complex and leaves startups with little room for error. In this unique setting, a startup must remain agile and open minded to partnerships and pivoting.
What are the benefits of partnering with strategic partners?
What challenges lay within and how do they affect the startup's infrastructure and model?
What is your end point objective - Exit VS Growth?
In our meetup we'll examine the relationships between startups and strategic partners and understand how can they best work together. We'll discuss the elements that must be taken into consideration when building your company's infrastructure, innovation and business model in order to scale-up the right way.
18:30 - Gathering and Networking
19:00 - David Knapp, Vice President, Corporate Research, Boston Scientific -
Keynote: Designing startups' innovation to sustain business
stability and attract the attention of strategic partners.
19:25 - Harel Gadot, Company Group Chairman, MEDX Ventures Group -
How and why Israeli startups and strategic partners should continuously nurture their relationships.
19:40 - "Innovation for the Long Run" panel
Moderator: Harel Gadot
Dorit Sokolov, A medtech executive with 20 years of versatile experience from Corporates, Venture Capital and startups. Currently working with Amgen.
Dr. Elan Ziv, M.D, CEO & Medical Director, ConTIPI Medical – founder of ConTIPI Ltd and uro-gynecologist. ConTIPI's first flagship product was sold to Kimberly-Clark Worldwide Inc.
David Knapp, Vice President, Corporate Research, Boston Scientific.
Elad Walach, co-founder and CEO of Aidoc, a healthcare AI startup focused on using deep learning to relieve the bottleneck in medical image diagnosis.