Yesterday, S2N Health senior analyst Rebecca Noble and founder Amy Siegel presented to the 2018 Tufts Co-Op program. We're excited to be educating the first class of Tufts Biomedical Engineering co-ops on the world of med tech and consulting. To learn more about the Tufts co-op program visit https://engineering.tufts.edu/bme/undergraduate/coop.htm.
Please apply through your school for more details on the S2N Health co-op position.
S2N is proud to be sponsoring a dinner table at DeviceTalks Boston 2018, coming up Oct 8-10. Use our promo code at registration for a 20% discount. Visit https://boston.devicetalks.com/marketing-s2n/.
On Tuesday, Sept. 25th co-founder Amy Siegel will be running a workshop on building the value proposition with AdvaMed Accel at the MedTech Conference in Philadelphia. Accel is the division of AdvaMed that is focused on the needs of emerging med tech companies. To learn more about AdvaMed Accel and to become a member, visit www.advamedaccel.org. To view the conference page, visit https://www.themedtechconference.com/.
The S2N team and clients & friends served dinner to ~300 guests of The Pine Street Inn. Pine Street’s mission is to end homelessness with emergency shelter, street outreach, job training and permanent housing. So far in 2018, S2N has raised nearly $12,000 through two service events and donations. Here is a link to our S2N Team Page if you would like to donate: http://support.pinestreetinn.org/goto/s2nhealthSummer2018
Amy Siegel of S2N was the local co-chair for the Biotechnology Entrepreneurship Bootcamp. The Boot Camp was created in response to the growing need in the managerial, scientific and academic community to learn about the necessary elements and skills to transform technology and invention into a viable. Amy led a session entitled “Creating a Winning Early-Stage Funding Pitch.”
Read more about the Bootcamp here: https://bootcamp.bio/boot-camp-agenda/