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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Singapore Prepares UDI System, Malaysia Seeks Regulatory Improvements And Indonesia Adjusts To Changing Environment
Medtech industry representatives from ASEANMed member economies, notably Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, provided regulatory updates at the February Asia Regulatory Roundtable. These roundtables are organized by the ARQon consultancy and the Asia Regulatory Professional Association (ARPA). They are sponsored by Medtech Insight.