In Health Care You Don’t Become A Unicorn Overnight
Medtech Investor Tells Start-Ups To Not Be Exclusively Bound Up By The Coronavirus Crisis
The pandemic has shaken up investor priorities and changed the outlook for health care start-ups – or has it? Nooman Haque managing director, life sciences and healthcare at Silicon Valley Bank, gives his view of what has changed over the past year, and looks at future trends.
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