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Read the FAQs for the 2018 San Diego 10x for ENGINEERS

When is the medical device event?

10x for ENGINEERS in the healthcare industry will be:
Wednesday, Oct 10: 8:00 to 4:00 (workshops)
Wednesday, Oct 10: 5:30 to 8:30 (keynote and reception)
Thursday, Oct 11: 7:00 to 6:00 (conference day one)
Friday, Oct 12: 7:00 to 4:00 (conference day two)

Where is the healthcare industry conference?

The Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina (just 20 minutes from the airport).

Who should attend?

Medical device engineers and other healthcare industry professionals. See Who Should Attend.

How much does it cost to attend? What is your cancellation policy?

See Pricing and Cancellation Policies. Or visit our registration page to see today’s rate.

Price for “The Works” includes admission to all medical device events, presentations, networking events, continental breakfasts, sponsored lunches, and snack bars for three days. Also included (when possible), Joe will personally attempt to connect you with conference participants who share your interests and business objectives.

What is the dress code?

Conference attire is business casual for all events – and by that we mean JEANS!

Bring a light jacket with you since personal preferences vary regarding room temperature.

How can I sponsor the 10x for ENGINEERS?

Email Eric Morrin at Dynamic Global Events to get started. If, after you speak, you’re a good fit for the medical device event, we’ll send you a list of available sponsorship opportunities.

May I contact you directly for more information?

Sure. Send me an email.

The medical device event itself lasts just three days. But our relationship you starts when you engage us online or decide to join us. Your vote of confidence in our education, friendship, and ability to help your business mean more to us than “three days in San Diego.”

You’ll be joining hundreds of 10x alumni and engineers in the healthcare industry. We look out for one another.

So, you in? I have lots of people I’d like you to meet.

– Joe Hage