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Woman’s Health Symposium: Innovations & Opportunities

About the Event

Please join our panel discussion to hear from industry leaders about opportunities and innovation in women’s health. This is the most underfunded and under innovated sector in healthcare today. As such it provides significant white space for development and a perfect opportunity for Family Offices who are looking for investments with both purpose and profit.

Our panelists will discuss how to choose early-stage investments and offer hints and tips on how to structure deals for long-term success.

This lively discussion will include insights from:

  • Andrew Goodman, Middle Market M&A, Venture Capital, Private Equity,
    Nixon Peabody LLP
  • David O’Flynn, CEO, AltaScience
  • Dr. Alice Zheng, Principal at Rhia Ventures, providing support for sexual, reproductive, and maternal health that produces equitable outcomes for all.
  • Brittany Barreto, Femtech Focus, a 501c3 non-profit organization founded to elevate women’s health and wellness globally.

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