Smith & Nephew partners with Memphis medical device accelerator: 5 takeaways

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | July 25, 2017 | Print  |

The medical device accelerator ZeroTo510 partnered with Smith & Nephew, the Memphis Business Journal reports.

Here are five takeaways:

 

1. Companies involved in ZeroTo510's Executive in Residence program will now received guidance from Smith & Nephew executives about sales and product development.

 

2. Companies who previously went through the acceleration are still able to take part in the Executive in Residence program.

 

3. For the last five years, ZeroTo510 has guided medical device companies through the FDA clearance process.

 

4. Smith & Nephew began working with the Executive in Residence program in June.

 

5. Kelley Grusin, senior director of product development at Smith & Nephew, said, "To be immersed in the ZeroTo510 entrepreneurial and acceleration environment will in turn benefit our team and expand their knowledge from a unique business development perspective."

 

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