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Quinton is an innovation and commercialisation strategy expert. He has a range of business development consultancy experience in start-up life science, biotech, IT and cleantech ventures. He has worked across government, business and the research community in several IP management, startup and commercial due diligence roles. Quinton brings a wealth of expertise in technology market commercialisation and is responsible for guiding and managing innovation strategies.
He is looking to assist companies with business strategy, market assessment, R&D planning, product validation, IP strategy, commercialisation strategy and funding requirements.
Giovanni is CEO of iDNA limited, a London-based consultancy company for drug discovery and development programs. As laboratory manager and head of biology he ran the drug discovery unit of Intercept Pharmaceutical Inc, a NY-based successful biotech company developing innovative therapeutics. He has worked across biotech, venture capitals and academia, where he holds his honorary senior lecturer position at the University College London, UCL. He has the PhD in Oncology, and the MBA from HULT business school. He is looking to assist companies with their R&D programs, business strategy and funds raising.
Before Mark started Enterprise Doctor, he stripped his CV down to the basics – what had he done, done consistently, and done well? The answer was two things – he’d taken nothing and turned it into something, and he’d taken something which wasn’t working as well as it should, and made it work.
This includes starting, building and then selling an office stationery company, turning round a dying division within a US owned corporate, building business engagement within a College, a Chamber of Commerce and elsewhere, running a range of diverse small organisations and working effectively (often for free) in the third sector.
So how does this qualify him to help a health tech business? It doesn’t – there are others in the HTI family who can do that. What it qualifies him to do is to help you stop and think about the nuts & bolts of your business, the processes, the strategy.
You know your stuff, he knows his. Together, you can be a very effective team.
Angela, a registered general and community nurse by background, has a 17 year history in the adoption of healthcare technology in a variety of settings. She was the Chair of the Industry 3million lives group and Clinical Director for Connected Health at BT for 4 years. An industry thought leader, she has an in depth understanding of the challenges of developing and deploying technology, is passionate about developing new technology which is designed to meets users’ needs, solves real clinical problems and delivers return on investment.
Angela has held a variety of senior posts in the NHS including Deputy Chief Nurse North Middlesex Hospital and General Manager Acute Services Hinchingbrooke hospital. She has established a number of technology focused companies, including Healthwatch, the first Telehealth service in the UK and Primecare an organisation focused on supporting high needs patients in the community. She headed up a small niche technology consultancy for over 7 years as its CEO.
Angela developed the first international integrated telehealth and telecare code of practice, was Chair of the 3millionlives industry group, was the Chair of the Digital Health Innovate UK steering group, (she continues as a member), is an advisory Board member of the Brain Injury NIHR for Brain Injury and a Board member of the International Council of Nurses Telenursing Advisory Board.
Angela was Clinical Director of Connected Health for 4 years at BT plc. She has a BA Hons in Health Service Management and an Executive MBA from Judge Business School, Cambridge. She specialises in advising startups and SME’s to develop technology which solves real clinical and care problems.
Maria received her PhD in Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering from University College London where she collaborated with industrial partners, NHS units and non-profit organisations including Hitachi Medical Systems, Great Ormond Street Hospital, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
She combines practical knowledge of the medical devices development cycle with clinical research including statistical analysis. She has a strong interest in innovation and commercialization and product positioning including emerging markets. She can provide targeted support to start-ups and small businesses with access to healthcare professionals and resources, concept evaluation (technical and clinical data), due diligence, valuation of new technologies, clinical development, data analysis and statistics.