David H. Crean, PhD, Managing Director and head of our Life Sciences and Healthcare Practice Group provides his thoughts and guidance to entrepreneurs, founders and business owners in the life sciences sector on what he has seen as successful pitches to investors and strategic companies in the initial pitches of their company and technology. By providing as much of the information noted below during the process, we believe that you can improve the probability and chances of landing a transaction that supports company growth or exit strategies. David has also previously authored related articles on this topic that can be viewed here and here. Happy to clarify any topic if needed.(more…)
Objective Capital’s David H. Crean to Serve as Guest Panelist at LaunchBio Event, November 14, 2017
San Diego, November 9, 2017 — Objective Capital Partners, a middle market M&A Advisory Firm located in Southern California, is pleased to announce that David H. Crean, Ph.D., one of its Managing Directors who heads its thriving life science and healthcare practice, has been invited to speak as a guest panelist at LaunchBio Series Event for life science companies entitled BIO Buck$ Fast Forward: A Start-ups Guide to Investment Banks. Dr. Crean will be joined by Charlie Adams, Cantor Fitzgerald and Tony Grover, VP of Business Development at Banyan Biomarker.(more…)
Following Positive Results in Phase IIa Heart Failure Clinical Trial,
CardioCell Chooses Objective Capital to Help Manage Rapid Growth
SAN DIEGO – Sept. 7, 2016 – Objective Capital Partners, a leading middle market investment bank and mergers and acquisition (M&A) advisory firm focused on transactions for companies with enterprise values up to $500 million, is pleased to announce that it has recently been retained by CardioCell LLC to help manage its growth needs. CardioCell, a global biotechnology company that uses allogeneic stem cells for cardiovascular indications, recently announced positive data from its Phase IIa clinical trial “Safety and Efficacy of Intravenous Infusion of Ischemia-Tolerant Allogeneic Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Patients With Non-ischemic Cardiomyopathy” at the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress and is currently planning a Phase III study in early 2017.(more…)
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