This is particularly relevant for entrepreneurs. The landscape today is not anymore the one in which Elizabeth Holmes was able to pull a “Ana Delvey” on an impressive list of investors to grow her venture to a $10B valued unicorn. Investors today are evidence-driven and data-driven. The promises have to be substanciated with a solid process BEFORE the later series of investment. Even at seed level, there are significant expectations in terms of clinical evidence.
Hello there First post. Time to put this website up even if it is not ready yet. Trying out Hugo. Great opportunity to practice my Git chops. Still lots of pages to write - sorry for the “404s” and “coming soons”. I don’t mind some feedback - shoot me an email
c+++ title = “2050 Crossroads” date = “2022-04-01” tags = [“ATHT”, “Selftech”, “Future”, “Innovation”] description = “2050 Crossroads” banner = “img/2050crossroads.png” twitter_author = “diapasonconsult” draft = false keywords = [“Healthcare”,“Innovation”,“Regulations”,“Regulatory Consultant”, “Future”, “Futurology”, “Expert”] +++ 2050 Crossroads A book by Hicham Naim I believe anticipation is a fundamental part of innovation. There are plenty of futurist magazine articles that promise us a life of luxury, comfort and performance thanks to all sorts of new technology developments based on bench prototypes and university lab press releases.