Practical and Tactical Art of the Deal in
Medical Device Licensing, Co-Development, and Collaborative Agreements
Creating Value Through Strategic Partnerships, IP Protection, and Business Development
Tuesday, November 13 to Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Sutton Place Hotel, Chicago, IL
“By 2016, the global medical device market will approach US$350 billion, an annual average growth of 5% from 2011." *
Product development and protection of IP is fundamental to the success and growth of any medical device company, but the road to placing a product on the market is fraught with time concerns and monetary risks. In an effort to fill their product pipeline, reduce development costs and leverage existing assets, virtually all medical device companies are increasingly relying on collaborations with each other, with providers, and with research institutions. Choosing and working with the right partners in the context of a well-crafted agreement can help assuage those risks and give you the best shot of a successful ROI.
Find out what a panoply of licensing professionals from over 16 leading industry players are doing to keep pushing innovation to market through regulatory uncertainty, legal shifts, and the a cautious economic climate.
Based on extensive research with industry experts, ACI has developed the Practical and Tactical Art of the Deal in Medical Device Licensing, Co-Development, and Collaborative Agreements as an advanced strategic meeting bringing together industry leaders to analyze the practical impact of FDA regulations, payment structures, IP considerations, and developmental hurdles on your deal making strategies. The expert faculty will discuss answers to the most pressing issues facing deal makers including:
Do not miss this opportunity to join your medical device licensing colleagues in an advanced think-tank discussion regarding how to maximize the economic advantages and risk management of partnerships.
As this event is sure to sell out, reserve your place today to ensure you are a part of the discussion by calling 888-224-2480, faxing your registration form to 877-927-1563 or registering on-line at americanconference.com/devicelicensing
* The Outlook for Medical Devices Worldwide, Espicom Business Intelligence, May 2012
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Tue, Nov 13, 2012
Wed, Nov 14, 2012
Sutton Place Hotel
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