A team from Frazer-Nash will be exhibiting at the South East Health Technologies Alliance (SEHTA) 2021 International MedTech Expo and Conference, at the Hilton London Tower Bridge hotel on Friday 8 October.
The conference and expo, which are being run as a combination of a live and virtual event, aim to help delegates understand the complexities of health and social care delivery, and the challenges of accessing the NHS; find funding opportunities with investors and accelerators from both private and public sources; and navigate access to overseas markets.
The Frazer-Nash team will be showcasing its established track record of delivering medical device and equipment projects, as MedTech lead, Anna Will, describes:
“We’re looking forward to meeting all those taking part in SEHTA, and to discussing how we can help them to de-risk technology development, accelerate time-to-first-prototype and ensure a smoother transition to production.
“With the ageing population’s increasing health needs, and particularly in the current pandemic, people’s health matters more than ever, We’re determined to live our values – ‘we care’ and ‘we do things that matter’, and help make society’s health the best it can possibly be. We’ve supported organisations to deliver a wide range of successful MedTech projects, from initial concept through to design for manufacture – and recently achieved certification to quality standard ISO 13485, demonstrating that our best practice processes meet the highest quality management standards required for the medical industry.
“We also have successful experience working with start-ups, both inside and outside the medical technology sector, providing the engineering support required to demonstrate proof-of-concept of their technology, develop prototypes of their product, and then bring the product to a production-ready level, including support in component selection, supply chain development and design for manufacture best practice.
“Come and chat to us at SEHTA, and find out how we can help your organisation.”
The South East Health Technologies Alliance (SEHTA), which is organising the conference and expo, is a health technology network organisation, providing business support for the benefit of its members who represent health technology SMEs, health professionals, care providers and academia.
Find out more about the event at www.sehtamedtechexpo.co.uk .