Jaunt Sponsors Emerging Medtech Summit 2020

Jaunt Sponsors Evening Reception at Emerging MedTech Summit

January 22, 2020

Jaunt is proud to announce its participation with other industry leaders in an event focused on investors and emerging medical technologies.

The Emerging Medtech Summit, hosted by Life Science Intelligence is to be held February 18-20, 2020 at the Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel in Dana Point, California. The Summit will include presentations from a wide variety of emerging medical technology startup companies, various panels and workshops, multiple networking events, and multiple medtech keynotes.  (Full agenda at https://www.lifesciencemarketresearch.com/medtech-summit/agenda.)

Attendees will also have the opportunity to schedule private partnering meetings (registration for partnering opens 1/23/20: https://www.lifesciencemarketresearch.com/medtech-summit/registration).  Meetings with Jaunt executives will be available throughout the Summit.

As a proud sponsor (https://www.lifesciencemarketresearch.com/medtech-summit/sponsors

), Jaunt will be sponsoring an innovator spotlight exhibit during an evening reception including a panel discussion with top industry VC’s and a Fireside Chat with industry legend Dr. Manny Villafana, whose experience in the medical device industry spans over 5 decades and includes revolutionary advances in pacemaker, mechanical heart valve, and other cardiothoracic surgery technology.

Current and future clients and associates are invited to join Jaunt at the Emerging MedTech Summit 2020 to learn more about up and coming medical technologies including the best diligence practices being used to move these innovations towards commercialization.


Jaunt LLC is a management consulting firm for technologies that impact life. They help executives and investors build up great companies by aligning the right products to the right markets. Jaunt accomplishes this using market intelligence and commercialization expertise to develop confident investment strategies for new and emerging medical technologies.

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