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The Medical Entrepreneur Symposium hosts “The Elevator Pitch Sessions” To Help Physicians Learn How To Fund a Start Up | Small Business News, Tips, Advice – Small Business Trends

The Medical Entrepreneur Symposium hosts “The Elevator Pitch Sessions” To Help Physicians Learn How To Fund a Start Up

  • September 23, 2013

DELRAY BEACH, Fla., Sept. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – The Medical Entrepreneur Symposium, a unique educational meeting for physicians, medical students, residents and entrepreneurs has drawn some of the biggest names in healthcare, technology, business and practice management. For the first time ever, in partnership with the Palm Beach County Medical Society, The Medical Entrepreneur Symposium will be adding a one day event on Saturday December 7th. The meeting will be focused on helping attendees learn how to fund and successfully build a start up venture.

“We are excited this year to add another meeting to our portfolio of educational tools for physicians and students that are choosing to become entrepreneurs,” says Dr. Steven Hacker, Founder & Course Director of The Medical Entrepreneur Symposium. “We wanted to give physicians a one day intense meeting with a repeat of the “Shark Tank ® ” like session we had last year that was standing room only,” says Dr. Steven Hacker.

“This extraordinary forum will enable attendees to hear from previously successful physician entrepreneurs that successfully built and sold companies. Basically how they did it and what challenges they faced, ” says Dr. Hacker. “Additionally, we will host “The Elevator Pitch Sessions” where selected entrepreneurs can pitch their business plans to potential investors that mirrors “Shark Tank’s ” successful format.”

There is limited availability and last year’s meeting sold out. Early bird registration remains until Thanksgiving 2013 and costs start at $99 for attendees and increases to $199 the day of the meeting. The symposium is being held for the third time at the Delray Beach Marriott in Delray Beach, Florida, from December 7th, 2013.

Attendees can register online at Corporate sponsors may email Dr. Hacker at

About The Medical Entrepreneur Symposium
The Medical Entrepreneur Symposium was founded by Dr. Steven Hacker and is part of a portfolio of properties including Mobile Applications, textbooks, and the American Academy of Medical Entrepreneurs (AAME)  to help physicians learn to become better entrepreneurs in their business and their practice. Dr. Hacker is the top-selling author of the business book, The Medical Entrepreneur ( and has started and sold many well known companies including and PassportMD.

For more information about The Medical Entrepreneur Symposium, visit

media contact:  Beth VanWyke  561-276-3112

SOURCE The Medical Entrepreneur

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