BioLaunch Course | Getting in the Door: Selling New Technologies to Hospitals and Physicians
This is a hybrid, in-person and online event. In-person seating is limited.
Speaker: Morris Miller
This event is brought to you in partnership with Xenex.
June 30th, 2022
11:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. CST | Networking for in-person attendees only
12 – 1 p.m. C ST | Course Presentation and Q&A
Getting technologies into hospitals and the hands of doctors can be a complicated task, and even more so for companies who are trying to achieve it for the first time. Learn from an experienced CEO that has been able to do just that, even in the middle of a pandemic when doors were closely guarded and difficult to enter. Our speaker, Morris Miller, will cover the following topics:
- Making the right connections
- Adapting to a changing system
- Providing information that the customer needs
- Expectations of the hospitals and physicians
- Following up and continued support
In-Person | $20 with Lunch Included | Registration closes June 28th, 2022
(VelocityTX Incubator members please contact McKenna@velocitytx.org for discount code.)
Virtual | $10
Zoom information will be sent the day prior to the event via and email from Eventbrite.
Free onsite parking available (Parking Map)
About the Speaker:
Under Morris Miller’s leadership, Xenex has become a world leader in automated room disinfection. Through the use of pulsed xenon technology and innovative hospital disinfection protocols, the company has helped hospitals throughout the world reduce the presence of dangerous pathogens which can cause Hospital Acquired Infections. Xenex has sold thousands of robots to more than 900 facilities worldwide.
As CEO, Morris is responsible for the company’s overall business strategy and oversight of day-to-day operations.
Originally from San Antonio, Morris is a graduate of the Dedman School of Law at Southern Methodist University, The University of Texas at Austin, and Phillips Exeter Academy.
He is the co-founder of Tectonic Ventures which was formed in 2016 to invest in and advise founders, startups and established technology companies. Prior to co-founding Tectonic Ventures, Morris founded Sequel Ventures, LLC and Cutstone Ventures, LLC which invest in/act as advisors to numerous start-ups such as Inventables, Adometry, and Golfballs.com.
Morris co-founded Rackspace Managed Hosting where he acted as Managing Director and Co-Chairman (NYSE: RAX). His earliest venture was Curtis Hill Publishing, the ﬁrst company to publish Texas case law on CD-ROM.