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286 – How to successfully take your medical product idea to market. Adrian Crouch, Procept

How to get your medical product idea to market successfully   Adrian Crouch is the CTO and co-founder of Procept. He is a keen technology entrepreneur with leadership experience in…
September 15, 2022

286 – How to successfully take your medical product idea to market. Adrian Crouch, Procept

How to get your medical product idea to market successfully

 

Adrian Crouch is the CTO and co-founder of Procept. He is a keen technology entrepreneur with leadership experience in product management, technology strategy, and business development in Australia and abroad.

Procept is an award-winning product development company dedicated to bringing new products to market.

 

This episode is about product development in MedTech, raising funds to build a product, compliance, and many more.

If you’re looking into getting a medical device idea to be developed, then this might be what you’re looking for. In this episode you will learn everything you need to know in turning that idea into reality. 

 

Check out the episode and full show notes here

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