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Conference Date:   May 8, 2013

Conference Venue:  

The Graves 601 Hotel
601 First Avenue North
Minneapolis, MN 55401
(612) 677-1100

Conference Overview:

On May 8, 2013, International Business Forum and LifeScience Alley,  will present the 12th Annual MedTech Investing Conference, a gathering for the leading MedTech innovators and investors from around the nation.  This conference has become widely recognized as the premier MedTech event uniting a community of leading investors, corporates, entrepreneurs and relevant service providers to address high-level issues and problems facing the industry with practical and out of the box solutions.  Attendance is capped at 400 registrants to guarantee the optimum networking experience.


Main themes for this year:

  • How to Raise Money
  • Winning Exit Strategies in the current market
  • Regulatory/Reimbursement
  • International: Global Sources of Capital and Doing Business OUS



Audience Profile:

This conference unites leading venture capitalists, private equity investors, medical device start-ups, corporate investors and business development executives, financing sources, and institutional investors. Attendance will be limited this year to the first 400 registrants to guarantee the optimum networking experience.


Danielle Pappas
Executive Producer
IBF*International Business Forum, Inc.
Direct Phone & Fax (516) 307-0763

To register, please contact Cathy Fenn
IBF’s Registrar
Direct Phone & Fax: (516) 882-5143

Why Unite in Minnesota?

Minnesota is the epicenter for medical technology innovation, boasting a robust infrastructure of supporting organizations, advanced academic institutions, and an active entrepreneurial community.

The state is home to international headquarters or major facilities for 3M, Beckman Coulter, Boston Scientific, Mayo Clinic, Medtronic, St. Jude Medical, and many other world leaders in medical technology research and development. Minnesota has over 400 FDA-registered medical device companies and the highest medical device employment density in the United States.