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TriReme Strategy Bridges Pacific For Medical Device Start-Ups

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

The road to the rising markets of Asia can be daunting to some medical device start-ups, but not Pleasanton, CA-based TriReme Medical Inc. For the past two years, the privately held maker of balloon-equipped catheters has constructed inroads to Asia through the city-state of Singapore. Two years ago, the company established a subsidiary in Singapore, enabling it to dip into the Asia-based capital pool.

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