Lake Zurich, Illinois – Product Development Technologies (PDT) and its partner company, Telefonix, will be participating in several medical industry events this month.
PDT is known as one of the premier product development firms for medical device product development. Since clients rely on the company to deliver innovative, market capturing product solutions, the team stays savvy to the issues and opportunities facing their clients, in part by participating in trade events.
Telefonix is a leading developer of technological solutions in a wide range of industries. Among its many product offerings, the company has a wide range of patented retractable cabling solutions for power and data applications. Telefonix also has nearly 25 years of experience in managing supply chains, sourcing, testing, research and manufacturing for regulated industries.
The companies will be participating in three key events in October, 2013.
The 2013 Medical Innovation Summit October 14 through 16, 2013 at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio Team members from the companies’ research and user experience teams will be attending the 2013 Medical Innovation Summit where over 1000 medical technology leaders will gather at the Cleveland Clinic, one of the top hospitals in the United States. This event is considered one of the premier healthcare gatherings in the United States where attendees are provided with an unrivaled perspective on medical innovation and their financial drivers.
MPE Innovation Forum October 16, 2013 at MPE, Inc in Milwaukee, Wisconsin PDT CEO, Mark Schwartz, and Telefonix President, Michael Kuehn, will be presenting at the MPE Innovation Forum, a fast paced symposium on emerging technologies and the future of healthcare. The pair will be participating in the emerging technologies segment of the conference.
Medical Design and Manufacturing Conference October 28 through 30, 2013 at the Minneapolis Convention Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota PDT and Telefonix will be exhibiting at booth 959 at MD&M Minneapolis, where engineers and others responsible for medical product management gather to address challenges in seeing medical devices through from concept to market. Topics include driving process efficiency, achieving profitability goals and meeting FDA expectations.