May 1-2, 2024 · Boston, MA

Q: What is DeviceTalks?
A: The team at DeviceTalks works with you to create the best possible stories – podcasts, virtual presentations or in-person sessions – to connect with your peers in the medical device industry.

Q: How can I register for one of the DeviceTalks in-person events?
A: You can find all the information you need about speakers, venue, and registration links under our events tabs on this website.

Q: Where can I listen to podcasts produced by DeviceTalks?
A: You can find our available podcasts under the “Podcasts” tab on this site or on our social media channels, but the best way to listen is to subscribe to each podcast on major podcast platforms including Apple, Google, Amazon and Spotify.

Q: How do we have our stories featured on the DeviceTalks Weekly Podcast?
A: Our podcast guests are chosen by co-hosts Tom Salemi and Chris Newmarker. But you can contribute sponsored content that will reach thousands in the medical device industry. Contact Mary Ann Cooke or Brian Toole for more information.

Q. We’d like to tell our story on stage at a DeviceTalks in-Person meeting?
A: The DeviceTalks conference team is always eager to work with new partners to produce compelling content for attendees. Contact Editorial Director Tom Salemi for more information.

Q: How do I feature my company on DeviceTalks Tuesdays?
A: In each episode, DeviceTalks Tuesdays creates a virtual stage for medtech makers to share case studies, critical lessons, and other important topics of discussion. To check on availability, connect with Mary Ann Cooke or Brian Toole.

Q: Can you help us develop our own custom podcast?
A: Our DeviceTalks creative team can work with you to create audio and video content that will help you reach the broadest possible audience. Reach out to Editorial Director Tom Salemi to discuss.