Medtech entrepreneurs agree that it’s still tough to find funding at the Series A level. Here’s their advice about how to find it.
Bill EvansCompetition for medtech venture investing is fierce, at the same time that traditional investors pull back from the space.
To get to the bottom of what’s going on, I reached out to entrepreneurs at the Series A stage, as well as bankers, startup accelerator programs and industry observers. The result is a three-part series:
- Part 1 looks at what is driving the underlying trends.
- Part 2 looks at these trends from the entrepreneur’s perspective.
- Part 3, the present and final article, gives advice from the trenches, to guide entrepreneurs looking to tune up their business plans to be in the best position when Series A comes around.
Read on the find out about the best types of investors to have and how to find them, what types of organizations offer valuable help, regulatory tips, the special issues in digital health and advice on running your startup.
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