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Medical Technology Ireland – Galway Racecourse

September 2019

Event date: 26th September 2019

HGF Partners Kieran Killough and Craig Thomson will be discussing preparation for IP Due Diligence at Medical Technology Ireland on 26th September.

Medical Technology Ireland 2019 will bring together leading international medical device experts providing insight on cutting edge topics for medical device manufacturers, R&D and design engineers in the rapidly evolving Irish and global device marketplace. The conference will define present and future medical device trends, investigate, discuss and improve the quality of life for patients worldwide.

Kieran Killough and Craig Thomson are presenting “preparing for IP Due Diligence: Using your IP to get investment” on Wednesday 26th September. They will discuss how chances of investment are optimised if companies can effectively demonstrate to investors that their IP adequately underpins the business plan on which the investment pitch is based. They will address the following:

  • What is IP Due Diligence?
  • What are the mistakes commonly made during this process?
  • How do you ensure that you impress investors?
  • The importance of demonstrating a relevant IP strategy and timeline that integrates well with your business plan, including your clinical development plan.

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