By Emma Gallegos The Daily Journal A personal tragedy prompted John Petrovich to leave big law for the biotech sector. Now general counsel of the nonprofit Alfred Mann Foundation, Petrovich says he couldn’t be happier with his choice. Before a career detour into biotechnology, John Petrovich hadn’t taken so much as a high school chemistry [...]
By Joel Russell Los Angeles Business Journal Olmstead Williams Communications in West Los Angeles is launching a PR division to help technology startups get attention on a budget. Starting at $999 a month, Olmstead Williams will provide services including a media contact list, story pitching to tech trade press and specific national media outlets, customized [...]
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New division geared for technology, biotech and cleantech companies LOS ANGELES – Olmstead Williams Communications, Inc., a full-service business-to-business public relations agency specializing in technology, biotech and cleantech, today launched PRTechConnect (www.PRTechConnect.com), a new division that embraces limited marketing and public relations budgets and connects small companies with their key audiences – customers, investors, suppliers and [...]
Advanced Bionics, a global leader in the development of cochlear implants, has partnered with Surrex Project Solutions to implement Oracle’s Agile Product Lifecycle Management software suite. Read more
Team at Advanced Bionics develops ear implants that are giving the gift of hearing to people like this boy from Sylmar, Calif. Lisa Sigell from KCBS 2 in Los Angeles reports. See the video at CBS2.com
By Lisa Sigell KCBS 2 Los Angeles See the full article with additional photos at CBS2.com Tyler de Lara seems like a typical three-year-old, extremely outgoing and playful. But this is a change for Tyler, whose world was silent, until 10 months ago – not able to hear. His parents say he was so quiet, [...]
The devices implanted in Tyler were crafted at Advanced Bionics in Sylmar, one of three cochlear implant makers in the world. Employees in sterile clothing assemble parts of the implant with tweezers in a hermetically sealed room. They work under microscopes: An implant contains wires that are one-100th of an inch thick.