For the past decade, we’ve been creating media and educational content that supports our industry. That means we create content that is relevant to how our readers effectively do their jobs and we deliver it on the platform they desire.
This formula has worked seamlessly with our flagship publications like MassDevice, DesignWorld, and Medical Design and Outsourcing. Now we’re bringing this formula to our live industry events.
For five years, we’ve been running successful programming for medtech executives throughout the country. In 2017, we will continue that legacy of bringing the best minds in the industry to our DeviceTalks events.
However, many engineers and engineering managers in our community of more than 100,000 readers need relevant live content that helps them effectively do their jobs.
That’s why this past summer and fall the DeviceTalks team went to work creating a new engineering focused staff development curriculum for engineers, developed with the assistance a core group of leading engineers. The DeviceTalks team has met with R&D teams from medtech companies to learn and understand the kind of panels and workshops engineers require.
Our new Engineering Track is focused exclusively on how to help engineers do their jobs better. This includes Engineering Workshops, Panels, and Hot Technology sessions designed around the topics critical for today’s engineers and engineering managers. This is not another conference where you’ll hear a CEO talk about the need to move faster. This is about how to do your job better when everyone around you is telling you to move faster.
We’re bringing together the best of the best in the industry, so I hope you’ll join us this year, whether it’s your first time, or joining us once again. We still have a limited number of sponsorships available for this year’s slate, so I invite to learn more by downloading a prospectus, or listening to our recent webinar. There’s much more to come, so keep tuned.
Brian Johnson, Founder, DeviceTalks
DeviceTalks Founder Brian Johnson will update you on the exciting programs we will have for 2017, along with our commitment to the market towards delivering a “best of class event” centered around Education and Networking within the Medical Community in this short 30-40 minute update for DeviceTalks 2017.