Panel of Experts Will Discuss Opportunities for Innovation in Medical Design and Commercialization in New York State and Beyond

Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) October 14, 2015

The President and CEO of Creation Technologies, a worldwide leader in designing transformative solutions for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and 2015 overall winner of the global Service Excellence Award from Circuits Assembly, joins panel of experts at MEDTECH 2015 in Buffalo, NY, on October 14-15.

The annual MEDTECH conference brings together New York State and the Northeast region’s top executives and senior leaders from the bioscience and medical technology sector. The conference focuses on sharing new ideas and innovative technologies that will elevate the region’s healthcare industry to new levels.

Creation Technologies President and CEO Bhawnesh Mathur joins leaders in the medical device and biosciences community on the Manufacturing Innovation panel, part of MEDTECH’s Strategy and Development conference track. Regulatory challenges, trends at the forefront of manufacturing and accelerated new product introduction will be among the topics that the panel, moderated by President of Buffalo Manufacturing Works Michael Ulbrich, will discuss and also features:

  •     Denis Cormier, Ph.D., Earl W. Brinkman Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology
  •     Steve Davis, President of Tapecon, Inc. and Protoscale, Inc.
  •     Jobe Piemme, Chief Technology Officer of Praxis Technology

"I’m excited for some great discussion with technology leaders in New York State’s biotechnology and medical community," said Mathur, who has 30 years of experience in the electronics industry and also serves as Chairman of IPC’s Government Relations Committee.

From Albany’s Tech Valley to Buffalo and beyond, innovation and commercialization of technology is core to economic growth in a region that is quickly becoming a national hub for medical innovation. Strategic partnerships and investment are essential for long-term success, and the MEDTECH conference presents a tremendous opportunity to identify solutions and growth opportunities.”

The Manufacturing Innovation panel discussion will be Thursday, October 15 from 2:50-3:50 p.m.

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Constance Griffin, Business Development Director for Creation Technologies, sees innovation in New York’s medical device industry as a driver of improved patient safety and community revitalization.

“MedTech member companies are innovative and bringing new products to market,” said Griffin. “As a result, MedTech member companies are growing and creating new employment opportunities across the New York State and beyond, which is a good thing for everyone.”

For more information visit: http://www.medtech.org/events/medtech2015/

About MedTech

MedTech is an active, non-profit association of over 100 biotech, medical technology and pharmaceutical companies, their suppliers and service providers and research universities. 2015’s MEDTECH conference theme is, “Convergence: Building Momentum for Growth.”

About Creation Technologies

Creation Technologies (http://www.creationtech.com) is an award-winning global Electronics Manufacturing Services provider creating transformative solutions for OEMs.

For Medical Device, Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Equipment companies, Creation helps fuel business growth with proactive and turnkey design, manufacturing and fulfillment solutions that meet stringent regulatory, quality and traceability requirements.

In 16 locations across Canada, USA, Mexico and China, Creation provides end-to-end solutions including connected device development, rapid prototyping, manufacturing, fulfillment and logistics for complex systems, and VAVE and sustaining engineering to its customers across North America and worldwide.

More information on Creation Technologies can be found at http://www.creationtech.com.

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