How to Start and Grow Companies In Today’s World: Lessons From a Life Science Entrepreneur

Friday, December 7 2012
12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Location: Cummings Center, Beverly, #100 Building – Room 221E Conference Center

North Shore Technology Council First Friday Bioscience Seminar Series

Join scientists and executives from local biomedical companies for the North Shore Technology Council’s First Friday Bioscience seminar series, sponsored by the Biosciences Group Biomedical Technology Section. In this informal venue you will meet industry peers, learn about the science behind area biomedical companies, and hear how they tackle business challenges. You’ll also connect with other scientists and executives and become part of a community of business neighbors who are committed to accelerating the growth of their companies and the region biomedical business sector.

How to Start and Grow Companies In Today’s World: Lessons From a Life Science Entrepreneur

A serial life science entrepreneur shares lessons and new Ideas on starting and growing companies in today’s world. Speaker Gary Paul Magnant, CEO of Sage Science, presents his company as a basis for discussion on:

1) Fundraising seed through early-stage companies

2) Building and maintaining strong management and working teams

3) Building and maintaining a positive work environment where people love their jobs and want to keep them


Refreshments served:   Pizza, salads, and soft-drinks

Cost for members and nonmembers,

  • Thanks to our host FedEx Services, there is no charge for NSTC Members and Affiliates
  •  $10.00 for Non-Members

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