Let’s meet on Wednesday, 10th March at 16:00 – 17:00 CET / 11:00 – 12:00 EST
Join Our Webinar
Foreseeing Industry Disruption – Assessing & Tracking 3D Printing Disruption of the Medical Device Industry
Comintelli’s Director of Customer Success, Jeff Mansfield, and Anja Fürbach, Senior Expert Market Intelligence at SVP Deutschland, will share techniques and tools to help you track and discover customer needs, competitor moves and market trends.
What Will Be Covered
Join us as we discuss how organizations are monitoring 3D Printing in the medical device space discussing several different frameworks that are designed to help keep you ahead of the competition.
- How to get support for strategic decision-market in such a dynamic industry.
- How market intelligence tools can help you make sense of the competitive landscape in the medical device industry and develop winning strategies.
- How you can use AI based tools to discover new business opportunities in the the medical device industry.
- How to detect threats early so you have time to act.
About the Webinar
Date: Wed, 10 March at 16:00 – 17:00 CET / 11:00 – 12:00 EST
Presented by: Comintelli’s Director of Customer Success, Jeff Mansfield, and Anja Fürbach, Senior Expert Market Intelligence at SVP Deutschland.
A Deeper Insight
Organizations are continually faced with market disruption from a variety of different directions. Sometimes it is how products are bought and sold. Other times it is the market entrance by a new competitor. Sometimes, like with 3D printing in medical devices – the threat has the ability to disrupt an industry from many directions.
3D printing continues to be an innovative force that has the potential to disrupt who competitors are, how products are manufactured, and how they are sold. 3D Printing also has the ability to shorten time to market and at its most advanced stage – support personalized device development.
Keeping on top of technology advancements, monitoring industry changes, tracking competitive developments, and identifying threats is more important than ever before.