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Alright guys can't believe it, but excited to say this is our last blog post! This past week my client returned from a five week business trip. This trip included educating investors on the BioRegentech system and potential growth/development. They have began to receive wired payments and should reach full funding by the end of April! This is huge for the company and my contact as the production and development of the system was all self funded by herself! I loved watching this process come along and hearing updates. Honestly, I will continue to follow along even after the semester... Continue reading
Posted Apr 14, 2019 at CAPSTONE!
Hi everyone! I hope every one's projects are coming along nicely. This past week I started working a little more on the physical final report. It's coming along, but just kind of challenging to put to words and segment what all I've done for the project. If you can recall, I have had trouble contacting my client due to her constant travels for funding and educational purposes. Also, it is concerning to me that the CFO of the company (a small start-up keep in mind) left of recent. Moving forward, our capstone pitches are tonight. I was nervous at first... Continue reading
Posted Apr 8, 2019 at CAPSTONE!
Hi everyone! We're down to the last month and we can do this. Although, I am starting to feel the pressure of finishing the final report, but I know I will! It's just overwhelming when looking at the bigger picture. Just to recap last week (and I'm still working on these a little): I'm focusing on a few modules in specific: value position and marketing strategy. When we initially started this project we were focusing on the general market expansion into Europe, but after speaking with Dr. Kalmeta it seems she wants clear marketing strategies on how to move into... Continue reading
Posted Apr 2, 2019 at CAPSTONE!
Correction: are upon us*** Sorry, it has been a long day/semester Continue reading
Posted Mar 26, 2019 at CAPSTONE!
I am combining these two posts because I will be working on the same material for both weeks and next week I will be out of town for spring break (YAY)! Last week I established the current big picture, five box positioning tool, and the revised big picture. I did so with the help of attribute mapping and participant mapping. Which helped me to start the attribute mapping module. I just need to make that presentable in form, so I can deliver it when I speak with my client next. These few weeks I'm focusing on a few modules in... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2019 at CAPSTONE!
My review meeting with professor Hardin provided some much needed clarity. I told her where I was at and what my struggles were, so she brought me back to the basics- The Big Picture and some Design Thinking tools. When Dr. Boyd said we would find ourselves using the method, he was right. I stopped looking at the modules and started working on the basics, starting with the current big picture to better understand where BioRegentech is at now to establish a base/comparison for moving forward. Taking it back to a few weekends ago (design thinking), I made a stakeholder/participant... Continue reading
Posted Mar 4, 2019 at CAPSTONE!
Hi everyone! I hope your first project reviews are going well. I meet with Dianne later today and am excited to gain direction on the project. Again, my client is very hard to get ahold of and we weren't able to FaceTime this past week. Just a reminder, my company is based out of California and they are still going through to process of gaining funding and traveling globally for investor meetings. Which is very cool and interesting to hear about, but I would like to sit down and meet with my client face to face. So, that is the... Continue reading
Posted Feb 25, 2019 at CAPSTONE!
Hi everyone, I hope your projects are going well! Not much has changed for me and my project as my contact has been traveling to Malaysia and Bangkok this past week. So, she hasn't been able to talk much other than a few quick minutes we got to speak on the phone to touch base. I explained my work so far with the modules I had done. She approved of my work so far, which is extremely exciting. Like I said before, they are going through the process of receiving funding which is a lot of meetings and legality work.... Continue reading
Posted Feb 18, 2019 at CAPSTONE!
Hi everyone, I hope your projects are moving along with ease! This week for me was a more hands on than last as I began to dive in to the modules. After the first client meeting it was easy to establish BioRegentech's core competencies, which made the core competency analysis go smoothly. Their technology allows them leverage in the wound field, especially after receiving funding which allows for further expansion. Now, with the innovation pipeline I wasn't as certain. I don't think this will prove beneficial to the company and I will confirm that with my contact in the upcoming... Continue reading
Posted Feb 10, 2019 at CAPSTONE!
Not much progress as far as my project goes, due to legality. Dr. Kalmeta has sent me some presentations, but I am awaiting the arrival of the investor presentation. This will help me better understand their approach to position the company correctly in market expansion. Originally, they wanted to explore South American markets, but have now decided on European markets. Which, I think will prove more beneficial to the company's goals and objectives. Communication has been slow due to the company receiving funding this month. There has been a lot of prep and legal documentation due to this, but should... Continue reading
Posted Feb 4, 2019 at CAPSTONE!
Hello, I'm really excited about the project I am working on. I am with Dr. Kalmeta and her company, BioRegentech, whose focus is reducing the healing time for chronic wounds. Dr. Kalmeta is very intelligent and has worked as a teaching doctor, developed medical devices, and has improved many of lives, just to name a few. The typical chronic wound healing process involves lifetime of doctors visits where the wound is scraped and vacuumed. This method is time consuming and expensive. BioRegentech's method "regenerates circulation enabling chronic wounds to "enjoy" blood supply, prevents infection, regenerates chronic wound tissue such as... Continue reading
Posted Jan 28, 2019 at CAPSTONE!
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