Research Triangle Park, NC, May 08, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Joan Siefert Rose, president of the Council for Entrepreneurial Development (CED) (www.cednc.org), a private, nonprofit organization that promotes entrepreneurial efforts in the Triangle region of North Carolina, has announced the release of a podcast discussing CED’s Medtech 2009 conference, scheduled for Thursday, May 14 at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, located at 1 Towerview Drive in Durham.
In the podcast, Greg Davis, president and CEO of Tryton Medical, Inc. and Medtech 2009 conference co-chair, discusses the relevance of the conference to North Carolina’s growing advanced medical technologies industry. Davis shares his insight on the conference’s slate of speakers, networking opportunities and more.
CED’s Medtech 2009 is the only conference dedicated to advances in medical technologies in the Southeast, bringing together entrepreneurs, investors, vendors and suppliers to address industry issues.
CED’s Medtech 2009 podcast is available for download at www.mmimarketing.com/podcast/ced-releases-podcast-on-medtech-2009-conference.
“There are a lot of exciting things happening across the state in medical technologies,” Davis said. “There are a lot of key elements that are coming together to make this a very attractive area for many medical device companies, such as Tryton Medical.”
About the Council for Entrepreneurial Development:
The Council for Entrepreneurial Development (CED) is a private, nonprofit organization founded in 1984 to identify, enable and promote high-growth, high-impact companies and accelerate the region’s entrepreneurial culture. Headquartered in the Research Triangle Park, CED is the oldest and largest entrepreneurial support organization in the nation with more than 5,500 active members. CED provides know-how, networking, mentoring and capital formation resources to new and existing high-growth entrepreneurs through annual conferences, programs and web-based resources. CED has helped entrepreneurs, investors, service partners, researchers and public policy makers in diverse emerging industries and at all stages of development – from high-tech, production-based organizations to service companies, from one-person start-ups to 1,000-person businesses. For more information, visit www.cednc.org.
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