March Meet and Mingle

by | Mar 8, 2017 | Uncategorized

EMMA International was incredibly pleased to have hosted dozens of regional business leaders and innovators at our headquarters in Farmington Hills this month. Our ‘Meet & Mingle’ events are a great way to stay connected with colleagues and to create new ties with people from various backgrounds and industries in the area. Our quarterly ‘Mingle’ was a hit, buzzing with conversations over coffee, bagels, and fresh fruit. We were excited to meet and chat with new contacts and visit with established colleagues. Make sure to keep your ears open for updates about our next ‘Mingle,’ scheduled to kick off the summer this June. See you there!

 

 

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De Novo Classification

De Novo Classification

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Abbreviated 510k submission

Abbreviated 510k submission

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