We invited our members to learn what it takes to successfully pitch a product or idea to prospective partners and investors (specifically in a VC setting) at our pitching masterclass, facilitated by our newest partner, Medical Technology Association Australia’s Stuart Anderson.
The 60-minute interactive session was an excellent professional development opportunity, held in an informal, supportive workshop setting.
The masterclass covered:
- Understanding your audience
- Investment opportunities
- Solution and Value of your Asset
- Considering the Investor’s point of view
- Criteria for submitting your pitch for the PitchTech Competition and preparedness for Collaboration Experience at 2023 BridgeTech Symposium .
About the Speaker
Stuart Anderson is supporting the Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA) with delivering the Clinical Translation and Commercialisation – Medtech (CTC-M) Program on behalf of MTPConnect as part of a broader industry development and technology commercialisation initiative at the MTAA. He is passionate about growing Australia’s medical device innovation ecosystem across research translation, rapid growth start-ups and our nascent sovereign manufacturing capability by enhancing connections with global medical device companies and patient, yet astute investors.
He brings to this role a blend of equity capital market, including venture capital and private equity, strategic insights, innovation consulting, product development and entrepreneurial experiences.
The Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA) is the national association representing companies in the medical technology industry. MTAA aims to ensure the benefits of modern, innovative and reliable medical technology are delivered effectively to provide better health outcomes to the Australian community.
MTTA represents manufacturers and suppliers of medical technology used in the diagnosis, prevention, treatment and management of disease and disability. The range of medical technology is diverse with products ranging from familiar items such as syringes and wound dressings, through to high-technology implanted devices such as pacemakers, defibrillators, hip and other orthopaedic implants. Products also include hospital and diagnostic imaging equipment such as ultrasounds and magnetic resonance imaging machines.
MTAA members distribute the majority of the non-pharmaceutical products used in the diagnosis and treatment of disease and disability in Australia. Our member companies also play a vital role in providing healthcare professionals with essential education and training to ensure safe and effective use of medical technology.
|Start Date:||19/06/2023 [add to calendar]|