BOSTON—The Life Sciences Times and the Boston Real Estate Times announced that Nick Svencer, who is currently the General Manager at Pramand LLC and Rejoni, Inc., will speak at the Life Sciences Summit entitled “From Labs to Life Sciences and From MedTech to Manufacturing Boom in Boston.”
Other confirmed speakers include Venture Capitalist Darshana Zaveri, Managing Partner of Catalyst Health Ventures; SGA’s Science & Technology Director Matthew Fickett; and Daniel Hackett, Managing Director Project and Development Services Life Sciences East Region Lead at Cushman & Wakefield.
The virtual summit will be held from 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM on Wednesday, June 9. The event is sponsored by SGA, a Boston and New York City-based national award-winning architecture, interior design, planning, branded environments and virtual design and construction firm.
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Upendra Mishra, publisher of the Life Sciences Times and the Boston Real Estate Times, said that Mr. Svencer will speak on “Facilities Needs of Medical Devices Companies.”
“Mr. Svencer has spent his entire career in medical devices industry and has a through understanding of operations and facilities needs of medical devices companies,” Mr. Mishra said. “We’re excited that Mr. Svencer will speak on this critical topic.”
Mr. Svencer is as an Operations and Development Executive with strong analytical, organizational, technology, leadership, and relationship building competencies.
Founded in 2020 by serial medical devices entrepreneur Amar Sawhney, Pramand is focused on developing and commercializing implantable medical devices that improve patient outcomes and experience while lowering overall cost of therapy. Rejoni, also founded by Dr. Sawhney, is leveraging its expertise in biomaterials to develop products that improve the outcomes of minimally invasive gynecological surgical procedures.
Prior to Pramand and Rejoni, Mr. Svencer worked at Augmenix Inc, Brontes Technologies, a 3M Company, Confluent Surgical, an Incept LLC Company, and Analogic Corporation. He earned a BSME and a MS in Engineering Management from Tufts University.