The Executive Exchange Series (EES)
Building interconnectivity builds an industry
UPCOMING ees EVENTS
Bruce Clarke of B2 Consulting Group will educate participants on:
- Leveraging Market Research
- Case Examples: Validating Value Proposition/Business + Concept/Product
- How to Get Data When You Don’t Have Much Money
- What You Need/Can Do at Each Stage (Ideation, Product Development / Pre-Clinical, Product Launch, Commercial)
OBIO® invites you to a unique opportunity to hear Andrew Hutchinson of Alexion Pharmaceuticals, a global pharmaceutical company, provide his valuable insights on best practices for approaching strategic partners in the pharmaceutical industry. Andrew is an External Research & Scouting Lead and is focused on the search, identification and evaluation of business development opportunities for Alexion Pharmaceuticals.
OBIO’s ½ day workshop on health economics, in partnership with and hosted by St. Michael’s Hospital Toronto, will include the following topics:
- The role of payors in healthcare technology adoption in major jurisdictions
- Understanding, designing and executing trials to show product value
- Pricing and market access strategies driven by Health Economics
Recent ees Events
OBIO® invites you for the unique opportunity to hear Grant Blevins of FCA Venture Partners, an early stage US venture capital firm, provide his valuable insights on raising capital in the digital health industry via webinar.
OBIO’s H2BB workshop on Market Segmentation will address how to identify different groups of customers and how to use this information to drive your strategy
This workshop will provide an overview of the process illustrated with several relevant examples
OBIO’s H2BB workshop on Primary Market Research will help you understand what primary market research is , what questions it can answer and how it can help you.
Join OBIO's Health Economic Workshop!
This ½ day OBIO workshop hosted by Sunnybrook Medventions will be presented by Edward Black and Dr. Daniel Lace of Reimbursement Strategies
On May 25th, the 2nd Cohort of OBIO's H2BB Program kicked off as over 20 interns coming from as far away as Windsor were onboarded. Interns were provided an overview of health innovation touching on topics which impact the ecosystem including IP, regulatory, manufacturing, and reimbursement. They then were given an overview of various market research tools and the types information that are available from Global Data and Pitchbook, followed by a discussion of how to make their internships a success.
The day concluded with Pitches and Pitchers 2.0 held exclusively for OBIO Pre-CAAP Companies. The 12 Pre-CAAP companies delivered their 2-minute pitch to a packed house that included Investors and other health technology companies!
Please join us for the OBIO 2017 Report Launch and Health Tech Showcase at Queen's Park!