How to Take a Medical Device from Concept to Market Without Losing Your Shirt-John N. Hendrick -05/31/2016 - 8:30am

Event Information
Event Topic: 
How to Take a Medical Device from Concept to Market Without Losing Your Shirt
Event Date: 
05/31/2016 - 8:30am
Event Location: 
Sunnyvale City Council Chambers, 456 West Olive Ave., Sunnyvale, CA
Speaker Information
Event Speaker: 
John N. Hendrick
Event Speaker Title: 
President & CEO
Event Speaker Company: 
Mynosys
Event Speaker Bio: 

John Hendrick has over three decades of executive experience, building both early stage medical device companies as well as large divisions in Medical device Corporations.

During his tenure, Mr. Hendrick has participated in the development, manufacture and sales of products in the field of Cardiology, Urology, Orthopedics and Ophthalmology.

Currently, Mr. Hendrick is president and CEO of Mynosys Cellular Devices an ophthalmic company. Previously he was CEO of NeoVista Inc. a company in the field of Age Related Macular Degeneration. Prior to his accepting the role of CEO with Neovista, he created the Medical Division of Sanmina-Sci, a $12 billion dollar contract manufacturing corporation bringing the sales of the division from 200 million to over 6oo million in two years becoming the largest medical device contract manufacturer in world. Mr. Hendrick has been through a successful IPO of VidaMed which led eventually to the acquisition of the Company by Medtronic Inc. Prior to VidaMed, Mr. Hendrick held executive positions in Allergan Medical Optics, Baxter and American Hospital Supply along with several board positions.

Currently Mr. Hendrick serves on the board of Mynosys cellular Devices Inc. as well as advisor to Lutronic.

Event Details
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Many medical device companies have started with glowing ideas of becoming the next major medical device success. Unfortunately many fail, it is estimated to be over 80%. John will be speaking in regards to his current company “Mynosys” and the demands, and also his learnings to build a successful company to the brink of a potential exit.