A distributor of medical devices and hospital supplies needed a strong strategy and sales program to grow new revenue streams quickly and tap new markets.
A medical devices manufacturer developed a Class III device to treat a certain type of cancer. The device was designed to use a very specific reagent. The company wanted to develop expand their presence in Europe with this new product and therefore was obligated to apply for a CE mark.
A medical devices company encountered the opportunity to acquire their first technology license and needed to understand their different regulatory compliance obligations prior to acquisition. The technology has been used for years globally, thus there was a large amount of clinical data related to the acquisition of the license.
A leading provider of diagnostic and lab equipment developed an innovative software platform aimed at supporting physicians’ day to day operations. This kind of technology is growing in USA and Europe but is still pretty new for the Chinese market.
A medical devices manufacturer received regulatory approval to market their respiratory care device in the European Union. Before engaging human resources and budget to commercialize this device, they commissioned a market research in order to have a better understanding of the European market, the product applications opportunities and the sales potential in selected European countries.