A pitch deck to investors is a “make it” or “break it” event for entrepreneurs and likely your only chance to convince investors of your technology’s value. Presenting your idea to biotechnology investors differs from other industries due to longer development timelines, development costs, navigating the FDA, and years before turning a profit. Join us for our next ScienceDocs webinar, as Dr. Schwartz discusses some of the most important “do’s” and “don’ts” of how to pitch your idea to investors.
Dr. Schwartz is a serial entrepreneur specializing in the launch of new companies from technologies originating from academic and government organizations. He has been the co-founder and/or CEO of approximately ten companies, mainly focused on the HealthIT/Biotechnology sectors. His efforts have raised millions in VC and grant funding. As a result, these efforts led to FDA approval of a medical device and the progression of multiple oncology drug programs through IND to the clinic. At ScienceDocs, he helps entrepreneurs and startup companies with developing business plans, licensing, funding raising, and pre-clinical/clinical development pathways in the pharmaceutical and medical device space.