Free Webinar for Assistive Technology Companies

How To Increase Your Sales, Brand Visibility And Product Affordability With CoCoPay

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Date: April 5, 2023
11 AM PST / 2 PM EST

About the Webinar

Generating consistent revenue is challenging as a medical technology, especially when you are a new product in a slowly adopting market. Things get even more complicated when it is an innovative assistive technology that people are unaware of. “How does it work and how much does it cost?” – Two most frequently asked questions defining the fate of the sale.

CoCoPay crowd-financing tackles revenue generation and brand awareness by allowing your customers to split the cost of your product with their community of friends and family. In this webinar, we will discuss how CoCoPay can help you increase your device’s affordability, attract new customers, and grow your brand visibility.

What we will cover in the webinar:

How medical technology can accelerate sales and revenue via CoCoPay crowd-financing

How to increase affordability of your product without touching your pricing

How to improve virality of your product and organically increase your brand awareness

What is crowd-financing and how to offer it to your customers

CoCoPay and its startup-friendly 0% fee pricing

This webinar is a great fit for:

Prosthetic devices

Health-at-Home Devices

Mobility Aids 

Healthcare Products

About the speaker

Daryl Hatton is a CEO of CoCoPay. He also leads ConnectionPoint, an innovative, award-winning global collaborative commerce platform (dba CoCoPay, FundRazr, Crowdfundr). He is a serial entrepreneur who loves the challenge of building companies from scratch, has founded multiple start-ups and helped bring one, Optio Software, to a successful NASDAQ IPO in 1999.

Daryl is frequently called upon for expert commentary on nonprofit fundraising and crowdfunding topics for media sites including CBC, CTV, Global News, TVO, PostMedia, BBC, Forbes, and Bloomberg. He currently serves as board member or advisor to multiple start-ups including Canadian securities crowdfunding site FrontFundr, is a Director of the PayPal Giving Fund (Canada) and Past Director of the National Crowdfunding & Fintech Association of Canada.