Succeeding in Sacramento: The Eyefinity Story

Succeeding in Sacramento

Eyefinity president, Steve Baker, tells a local business group about Eyefinity’s culture and success.

Eyefinity president, Steve Baker proudly shared the story of Eyefinity during the recent MedStart Connect Mixer hosted by the Sacramento Area Regional Technology Alliance (SARTA) in Eyefinity’s hometown of Sacramento. Ranging from start-up medical device companies and venture capitalists to biomedical researchers, clinicians and regulatory affairs experts, MedStart, a SARTA initiative, connects a wide variety of medical technology and biomedical resources in the Sacramento region. SARTA is a not-for-profit organization that was founded in 2001 to accelerate the growth and development of technology companies and the technology sector in the Sacramento region.

SARTA’s vision is to develop the Sacramento region into a nationally recognized center of technology and technological innovation, as evidenced by a significant number of technology companies growing, developing, and prospering in the region.

During September’s mixer, several medical technology companies from throughout the Sacramento region shared personal stories with attendees about medical technology innovations, start-up challenges, and milestones achieved. Eyefinity was specially recognized for “succeeding in Sacramento,” and during his presentation, Steve shared a light-hearted glimpse into who Eyefinity is and Eyefinity’s part in helping to fulfill a vision of enabling millions of people see better through innovation. Steve also talked about the company’s growth in 2012 and the hard-working, fun-loving nature of Team Eyefinity.

You can read more about the SARTA mixer in the Sacramento Business Journal.

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