Hotbed Map showcases US Device
ENGLEWOOD, CO (June 26, 2009) – DeviceSpace, the leading resource for medical device careers and information, released the second edition of the U.S. Device Hotbed Campaign this morning.
This campaign is a promotional effort highlighting medical device and diagnostics communities across the nation through printed materials, online profiles and printed maps. The U.S. Device map displays the location, logos and building images of participating businesses and is distributed to life science professionals at regional and international events throughout the year.
This year's U.S. Device sponsors include BayBio and BIOCOM. Other campaign organizations include Bio-Rad Laboratories, Caliper Life Sciences, Roche Molecular Diagnostics and additional medical device companies or research institutes.
Online profiles of all participating organizations detail contact information, career opportunities, financial updates and company history. Additional campaign specifics are listed on the U.S. Device homepage, which features daily news and information from the region.
“DeviceSpace is proud to promote medical device and diagnostics communities through the U.S. Device campaign,” said Kevin Glacken, Senior Vice President of Sales at onTargetjobs, the parent company of DeviceSpace. “The nation’s medical device community continues to thrive, and we are excited to showcase this growth through our annual Hotbed campaigns.”
About DeviceSpace.com (www.devicespace.com)
DeviceSpace.com is the premier online community for the medical device and diagnostics industries. DeviceSpace features a comprehensive Career Network for industry professionals and employers, and delivers thorough, user-friendly navigation, daily news, events, company profiles, stocks, blogs and other relevant information. DeviceSpace also hosts industry career fairs throughout the United States and maintains an extensive resume database of thousands of industry professionals.
DeviceSpace is an onTargetjobs, Inc., company.
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