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MedTech businesses encouraged to head to forum

Business / Wed 15th Oct 2014 at 04:37pm

MedtechMEDTECH businesses are encouraged to find out more about the latest developments in local industry at the next M11 MedTech Forum, which aims to bring together those with an interest in the growing life science and healthcare cluster in the region.

The free-to-attend event, organised in partnership with Harlow Council by One Nucleus and co-chaired by Tony Jones and Gino Martini, will be held on 22 October 2014 at the Radisson Blu Hotel at London Stansted Airport.

These regular forums seek to look at a key challenge within the sector, along with a local perspective provided through case study insight.

One of the recurring high-priority topics is the challenge involved in gaining successful routes to market. The NHS provides immense potential for growing and established businesses in the MedTech industry and Nathan Nagle, CEO of MRAS will be giving a talk on current strategies around selling to them.

Continuing the access theme, Neil Robinson of M.A.G will update the forum on Stansted Airport’s submission to the Airport Commission and how their vision can support the sector to grow locally.

Councillor Tony Durcan, Portfolio Holder for Regeneration and Enterprise, said: “These MedTech Forums are a really important way of reaching out to those established life science and healthcare businesses, as well as those just starting out. They bring people together to share ideas and best practice on making the most of the opportunities available in this region.

“Harlow has a great history of bringing life science and healthcare organisations to the town, as well as cultivating the industries future with institutions such as the Sir Charles Kao University Technical College. Being a part of this Forum will help make this industry in Harlow go from strength to strength.”

To register for the event please go to the One Nucleus website: www.onenucleus.com

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