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Bobby Grajewski
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Bobby Grajewski is President of Edison Nation Medical , a healthcare product and medical device incubator and online community for people that are passionate about healthcare innovation.

Prior to joining Edison Nation Medical, Grajewski, a serial entrepreneur, co-founded two online companies (Heritage Handcrafted and eCollector) and spent 5 years in venture capital and private equity both in the middle market (J.H. Whitney Capital Partners & Kamylon Capital) and at larger LBO firms (Permira Advisers) investing in companies across numerous industries. Grajewski holds a MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, a MPA from Harvard Kennedy School, and a BA from Harvard University.

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Analyze The ROI Of Your Innovation Idea, Step By Step

(0) Comments | Posted January 21, 2014 | 1:05 PM

Do you have a great idea for improving your industry? For most people, inventing a new product is foreign territory. There are multiple steps (and costs!) involved in bringing an idea to life--like market research, product design and prototyping, patent and legal fees, and marketing, just to name a few.

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Technology in Health Care: Thriving in a Patient-Centric Era

(0) Comments | Posted October 11, 2013 | 8:55 AM

The present is a great time for health care innovation. Instead of looking at the shutdown in Washington, D.C., or the battle over the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act as a failure of the system, entrepreneurs and inventors should be looking at it as an opportunity. As the financier...

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Small Steps to Revive Industry in the U.S.

(9) Comments | Posted June 13, 2013 | 8:49 AM

Growing up in the heart of what was once the furniture capital of world, I saw the devastating negative effects that outsourcing had on my native North Carolinian economy. With numerous companies moving their manufacturing operations overseas, over 50 percent of all North Carolina furniture jobs evaporated during my childhood,...

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