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NEW ZEALAND HEALTH INNOVATION CHALLENGE 2009-2010 - seeking 2 advisers by 4/11/09

To MedTech IQ members:

Here’s an opportunity to advise a Health IT Top 10 Finalist or Top 3 Grand Prize Winner for the upcoming
NEW ZEALAND HEALTH INNOVATION CHALLENGE 2009-2010.
Website launch - April 14, 2009
Media launch - April 21, 2009

Volunteer description:
4 hours of Health IT business development and promotion consulting services tailored to US Markets.

If you are interested, please forward a BIO/CV to me at

Manning@gwu.edu

Before April 11, 2009

Lance Manning
April 6, 2009

“Join New Zealand companies, entrepreneurs, clinicians and researchers in improving global health and achieving commercial success with innovative technologies, services and disruptive solutions.

Designed and sponsored by New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, The Challenge will help turn bright ideas into commercial successes by connecting participants to international experts, buyers, investors and partners.

Composed of two rounds over 12 months, The Challenge offers participants significant prize money, mentoring, business development support and the ability to forge new commercial partnerships.”

FOCUS AREAS
Chronic disease management, the aging population, health delivery transformation, health and wellness, and under-served populations.

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Comment by Michael J. Russell on April 6, 2009 at 10:17pm
Lance, I offer 25 years experience with business development for startups, 12 of which have been invested with social media tools and strategies in the healthcare, public policy, security and lodging markets. Coincidentally, my wife is leaving for Auckland next week to speak at a conference there. We'd love to learn more, and assist if possible.
Comment by Andrea Mason on April 6, 2009 at 9:28pm
Hi Lance, I like the idea. I have one question: being in Italy I have a good knowledge of the Italian and European Market. Could be that useful?
Cheers,
Andrea
Comment by Ronald S. Newbower on December 17, 2008 at 2:22pm
Given the shared interest of CIMIT, we would be happy to participate in the judging or mentoring processes, though we cannot offer financial support. I would be happy to participate, and could also or alternatively seek involvement of the Director of CIMIT's Global Health Program, Dr. Kris Olsen.
Comment by Oliver Lubin on December 17, 2008 at 1:11pm
Lance,

Looking forwarding to hearing more about this project. Sounds very interesting. Do keep the info coming.
Comment by CC-Conrad Clyburn-MedForeSight on December 16, 2008 at 12:25pm
Lance,

You may want to contact the following MedTechIQ members directly: Dr Jonathan Rosen, Phd, Exec Dir, (ITEC) Institute for Technology Entrepreneurship & Commercialization, Boston University, Paul Huleatt, CEO, Developmental Capital Networks, Dan Loague, Capital Formation Institute & Former, Exec Director, National Association of Seed & Venture Funds, Rohit Shukla, Director, LARTA Institute, Jill Sorenson, Bilyan, Inc, Dr Leigh Jerome, Director, Institute of Triple Helix Innovation, and Ron Marchessault, Director, Technology Transfer, U.S> Army Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center. They all have significant experience and interest in international health technology translation.

If it involves a trip to New Zealand put me down also!!! Just joking.

CC

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