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New to health tech? Here’s some real advice from 5 experienced entrepreneurs

On a whim, I asked the experienced health entrepreneurs in my Twitter network for the advice they’d give to newbies in the space:  Embattled health-tech execs/founders, what’s the one bit of (real/not corny) advice you’d give to new entrepreneurs? — Christina Farr (@chrissyfarr) April 14, 2016 The responses were so spot-on that I decided to … Continue reading “New to health tech? Here’s some real advice from 5 experienced entrepreneurs”

On a whim, I asked the experienced health entrepreneurs in my Twitter network for the advice they’d give to newbies in the space: 

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The responses were so spot-on that I decided to share them with you. Here are some of my favorites: 

1) Don’t expect quick results (and make sure your investors don’t expect that either). 

2) Embrace the boring stuff, like compliance. 

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3) Know thy (many) customers. 

4) Validate those big claims! 

5) Look outside of the U.S. 

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Christina Farr is a San Francisco-based journalist specializing in health and technology. Before joining Fast Company, Christina worked as a reporter for VentureBeat, Reuters and KQED

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